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Monday, 18 December, 2006, 23:59 GMT
About a Boy
Hugh Grant flexes his acting skills in the new film "About A Boy", where his character single-mindedly pursues single mothers and ends up forging a friendship with a young boy.
Newsnight Review discussed Jack Nicholson as a dull, sexless ordinary guy in About Schmidt.
Newsnight Review discussed Adaptation, the latest film from Spike Jonze, who directed Being John Malkovich.
All or Nothing
Newsnight Review discussed Mike Leigh's new film "All or Nothing" which stars Timothy Spall as a long-suffering cab driver.
Amen: The new film from Costa-Gavros examines claims that Pope Pius XII deliberately suppressed Vatican's early knowledge of Jewish holocaust.
Newsnight Review discussed Jack Nicholson's lessons on keeping your temper in Anger Management.
A French film noted for its violent and sexually aggressive female leads.
Bowling for Columbine
Newsnight Review discuss Michael Moore's new film about US gun nuts "Bowling for Columbine"
Newsnight Review discussed Buffalo Soldiers: a dark comedy set on an American military base in Germany at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Catch Me If You Can
Newsnight Review discussed the new film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, based on a true story.
Newsnight Review discussed Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
Newsnight Review discussed the musical film Chicago, nominated for 13 Oscars
City Of God
Newsnight Review discussed Fernando Meirelles's award-winning Brazilian film which is set across 30 years in a slum housing project.
The latest release from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Dancer Upstairs
Newsnight Review discussed John Malkovich's directorial debut The Dancer Upstairs.
Die Another Day
Newsnight Review discussed the new James Bond film, "Die Another Day", starring Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry.
Dirty Pretty Things
Newsnight Review discussed Stephen Frears's movie Dirty Pretty Things.
Newsnight Review discussed Emniem's new film directed by Curtis Hanson
Newsnight Review discussed Catherine Deneuve in 8 Women.
Newsnight Review discussed the Bond spoof film Johnny English, starring Rowan Atkinson.
Far From Heaven
Newsnight Review discussed Julianne Moore in Far From Heaven.
Gangs of New York
Newsnight Review discussed Martin Scorcese's epic film Gangs of New York.
Newsnight Review discussed Cate Blanchett in Veronica Guerin.
Newsnight Review discussed the film Heartlands directed by Damien O'Donnell.
Newsnight Review discussed The Hours, which was nominated for nine Oscars
Newsnight Review discussed film-maker Ang Lee's The Hulk.
I am Sam
Sean Penn faces his biggest acting challenge, and takes a dangerous risk, portraying a man with learning difficulties who is fighting to keep his seven year old daughter.
I Capture The Castle
Newsnight Review discussed the film I Capture The Castle adapted from the book by Dodie Smith.
Newsnight Review discussed the movie Identity with John Cusack as a limo driver and Ray Liotta as a cop.
"Insomnia" is a thriller set in Alaska starring Al Pacino and Robin Williams.
The Importance of Being Earnest
"The Importance of Being Earnest" is a movie version of the famous English comedy by Oscar Wilde
Newsnight Review discussed the latest release from France - Gasper Noe's Irreversible.
The movie which it's director claims represents the future of cinema.
A film about a man who believes he has come from outer space, starring Kevin Spacey and Jeff Bridges.
Kissing Jessica Stein
Girl meets girl in the lesbian comedy romance.
Antony LaPaglia and Barbara Hershey star in "Lantana", an Australian film which weaves a web of four marriages.
Newsnight Review discussed Michael Cuesta's film L.I.E.
The Life of David Gale
Newsnight Review discussed Kevin Spacey in Alan Parker's The Life of David Gale.
Lost in La Mancha
The ultimate disaster movie, Terry Gilliam's disastrous attempt to make Don Quixote in "Lost in La Mancha".
Newsnight Review discussed Max, written and directed by Menno Meyjes.
Steven Spielberg's latest film Minority Report starring Tom Cruise.
Halle Berry dating a man who killed her husband in the Oscar-winning movie.
Morvern Callar opened the Edinburgh Film Festival 2002. It's directed by Lynne Ramsay, stars Samantha Mortona and is adapted from the Alan Warner novel.
My Little Eye
Newsnight Review discussed My Little Eye: classic horror updated with a modern twist on the theme of Big Brother.
Newsnight Review discussed Nicholas Nickleby, the latest Dickens big screen adaptation.
The Panic Room
Could going into the closet save your life? Jodie Foster's stars in the latest movie from David Fincher.
Newsnight Review discussed Roman Polanski's film The Pianist.
A drip-by-drip account of a great American artist in Ed Harris's movie.
A French film which has been cut by British censors to the anger of distributors.
Punch Drunk Love
Newsnight Review discussed the new film starring Adam Sandler and Emily Watson
The Quiet American
Newsnight Review discussed "The Quiet American", an adaptation of the Graham Greene novel, starring Michael Caine.
Rabbit Proof Fence
"Rabbit Proof Fence" is a new film by Phillip Noyce which features the "lost generation" of Aboriginal children in Australia.
Newsnight Review discussed "Red Dragon", a film which predates the action of "Silence of the Lambs". It sees Anthony Hopkins reprise his role as Hannibal for the third time.
Newsnight Review discussed John Malkovich in Ripley's Game.
Road To Perdition
Road To Perdition: Tom Hanks in Sam Mendes' first film since American Beauty.
The Rules of Attraction
Newsnight Review discussed The Rules of Attraction written and directed by Roger Avary and based on the book by Bret Easton Ellis.
Scooby-Doo: Does TV dog Scooby Doo have bit in the movies?
Newsnight Review discussed the film Secretary, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and starring James Spader.
Aliens send text-messages to a farmer in the crop-circle film thriller Signs.
Newsnight Review discussed Solaris, the new film from Steven Soderbergh starring George Clooney.
Newsnight Review discussed Ralph Fiennes in David Cronenburg's psychological thriller Spider.
A superhero spins a world-wide web in Hollywood's latest comic book adaption.
Springtime in a Small Town
Newsnight Review discussed the remake of a 1948 Chinese classic: Springtime in a Small Town.
Star Wars Episode II - Attack Of The Clones
The adolescence of Darth Vader in the latest Star Wars movie.
Property sharks targeting a Florida beach town in John Sayles latest movie Sunshine State
Newsnight Review discussed Sweet Sixteen: a teenager's attempt to build a better life in Ken Loach's new film.
Newsnight Review discussed Tadpole, a low budget film shot over two weeks on digital video.
Talk to Her
The latest cornucopia of sex, love and death in Pedro Almodovar's new film "Talk to Her"
24 Hour Party People
24 Hour Party People, a look at the Manchester music scene of the 1970's.
Newsnight Review discussed Spike Lee's film 25th Hour.
28 Days Later
Newsnight Review discuss apocalypse Britain with the new horror thriller "28 Days Later."
Y Tu Mama Tambien
A Mexican road movie involving two teenage males and an older woman.
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