Oscar Tips: David Niven shows us how to keep our cool…

1361361156_1330106997_robert-opel-david-niven-lgDavid Niven (1910-1983), whose birthday it would be today, gets interrupted by a streaker at the 46th Academy Awards:

” Well that, ladies and gentlemen, was almost bound to happen. It’s fascinating to think that probably the only laugh that man will ever get in his life is by stripping off and showing his shortcomings.”

1958-david-niven_2149667iDavid Niven winning his own Oscar for Separate Tables.

“KEEP THE CIRCUS GOING INSIDE YOU, KEEP IT GOING, DON’T TAKE ANYTHING TOO SERIOUSLY – IT’LL ALL WORK OUT IN THE END.”

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More Niven Tips:

Separate Tables (1958)

Bonjour Tristesse (1958)

A Matter of Life and Death (1946)

posted by Dixie Turner

New Releases: 3rd March

GRAVITY:

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The big one of the week. Get your reservations in.  I haven’t caught it yet, but Dixie has. (thanks, Will! – Dixie)

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ENGLISH TEACHER:

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Looks like someone went and made a film indulging mysomeone’s teenage fantasy of writerly genius and sex on the sexy English teacher’s desk. Accordingly, the trailer is shot through with cliché. That being said, ever-alluring Julianne Moore does have the necessary authoritative yet caring air, plus the bone structure and legs, to lend that fantasy some feature-length credibility. Also, Nathan Lane camping it up is usually a plus, as too are Greg Kinnear’s unhateable face and pepper spray gags.

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FOR THOSE IN PERIL:

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Promising drama from young British director Paul Wright. Aaron (George MacKay) is the lone survivor of a fishing accident in which five men are lost off the coast of a remote Scottish village. Vilified by and estranged from his community, Aaron floats like debris between myth and reality – drawn mysteriously to “the devil in the ocean”.

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THE AMERICANS SEASON 1:

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Critically acclaimed series about two Soviet KGB officers, posing as a married couple, who live next door to an FBI Counterintelligence agent in the suburbs of DC. Apparently balancing procedural and historical accuracy with nuanced characterisation and moral complexity, it’s definitely lent some auto-legitimacy as the creation and production of former CIA officer Joe Weisberg. According to Gail Pennington of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “‘The Americans’ makes Cold War hot”! But, it “isn’t just a heart-pounding action drama; by presenting heroes who are also villains, it also confronts viewers with TV’s deepest moral dilemma since ‘The Sopranos'”! High praise indeed. Must say that the hammer and sickle C in the title card looks strong, no doubt.

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ALSO OUT THIS WEEK:

BAD GRANDPA:

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PATIENCE STONE:

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WE ARE WHAT WE ARE:

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posted by Will Goodey

Mister John (2013)

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Reviewed by Rob Munday.

How much do you know about the man in the street and what does he know of himself?

Mister John is the second feature film from Christine Molloy and Joe Lawler and confirms the promise of their debut feature Helen. Like Helen the story concerns the fluid nature of identity and the unknowable in all of us.

Gerry (Aidan Gillen) travels to Singapore in the aftermath of his brother’s death. The death is unexplained and Gerry seems shell-shocked, going through the motions of fulfilling his family duties but never quite engaging. His brother owned an Irish bar that also acted as a place for men to meet prostitutes. The brother’s local wife now calls on Gerry to help her re-start the business and collect old debts. Gerry, a good but conflicted man, finds himself inexorably drifting into his brother’s world, a place very different to that which Gerry has left behind.

1185226_1394216350806650_719532364_nAidan Gillen mesmerises as Gerry. For much of the film he says nothing and yet his face is constantly shifting, making his character not merely blank but fascinating. You feel for him while also questioning his motives and Gillen’s gripping performance lies at the heart of this films success.

The work of Molloy and Lawler is rigorous and subtle but always engaging. We feel drawn into this unfamiliar world with Gerry, entranced by its landscapes. Theirs is a poetic approach to storytelling, stripped down to allow room for atmosphere and character to breath. When it comes, the music is bold, stirring but never pompous. It bursts with emotion, becoming the outlet for Gerry’s internal conflicts. As the film progresses we get glimpses into Gerry’s home life and find ourselves twisted into his fate. Events fall in on each other, all details ring true. The film is a puzzle but not puzzling, enigmatic but never dull.

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Mister John is out on DVD now.

Représentation!

Sébastien Lifshitz’s Les Invisibles (2012) is a documentary about gay men and women born in France between the two world wars. It’s elegant and important. It’s beautifully paced, coolly proud and it’s exciting.

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“We do not reproduce. Thus we do not perpetuate the bourgeoisie. With us, legacy is screwed. It’s over. What really angers the hetero-pigs, is that they made us. And they keep on making us. Making children. We reject this value system. We reject the family as the foundation of society. Thus, we reject society. Consequently, the only possible political position is one of revolution.”

Les Invisibles is suitable, nay advocated for all ages. Find it on our staff recommends shelf. Lifshitz has since made Bambi which hopefully will appear on our shores and in-store, soon.

posted by William Goodey

New Releases: 24th February

SEDUCED AND ABANDONED:

seduced_and_abandoned_xlrgA documentary about film financing. Director James Toback and Alec Baldwin go to Cannes, pitch a film concept and hobnob with a load of people in love with what they do/themselves. It looks like it might be fun – Hi, Ryan (phwoar) – and I suppose it’s a good thing to draw attention to the creative straitjacket that is Finance, but watching the trailer fresh I couldn’t help but wonder if Christopher Guest had made this. Everyone seems a bit too comic, too contrived and too self-congratulatory, even for movie people. Maybe these mockumentary-like performances make for a tonally interesting documentary (performers performing about performing so they can perform, etc.)? But that’s got to take the edge off any potentially important point being  made about the state of the film industry, right? Let us watch and see.

IN BLOOM:

In_Bloom_(2013_film)_festival_posterA great looking drama set in newly sovereign Georgia, 1992. National conflict encircles  two 14-year-old girls working through adolescence and some heavy socio-familial pressure. Tomas Hassar’s NPR review of In Bloom notes how the film’s “gripping accumulation of strain” recalls Asghar Farhadi’s A Separation. What a nicely modest trailer too – I’m sold a viewing just by that striking blocking toward the end.

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CLOSED CIRCUIT:

Closed-Circuit-Poster-001Engaging enough seeming thriller set in London. Includes location footage from your favourite places to grab craft ale and hog roast. Funnies aside, that tagline is solid and true.

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LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON:

Like Father Like Son posterI really wanted to see this when it played at London film festival last year. By Hirokazu Kore-eda (I Wish). The critical consensus is that Kore-eda stands as cinema’s principle chronicler of everyday Japanese life; Ozu’s heir. He’s certainly got a knack for tapping that profound and poetic core of the quotidian. IMDb blurb: “Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman driven by money. When he learns that his biological son was switched with another child after birth, he must make a life-changing decision and choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own.” As sensational as that dilemma might sound, I’m sure Like Father, Like Son‘s treatment of it is both delicate and provocative. Recommended in advance.

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WALESA – MAN OF HOPE:

be77082e8c9674e23769f47f8801bc35Lech Wałęsa (former President of Poland) biopic by the mighty Andrzej Wajda. Rumour has it that Gillette once offered Wałęsa a million dollars to ditch his cookie duster. Wałęsa refused. I don’t know if Wajda’s film depicts this (crossing fingers) but I do like the poster and know that Wajda knows how to make excellent films, particularly ones about the political evolution of his country. This is probably well worth seeing.

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ALSO OUT THIS WEEK:

ONE CHANCE:

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DAYS OF GRACE:

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HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT 2:

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THOR – DARK WORLD:

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posted by William Goodey

Looking Ahead: March Releases

A few highlights of what’s coming in the month ahead, including a couple of Oscar contenders (Gravity, Philomena) and some serious blockbuster action (Hunger Games 2, Ender’s Game). If you haven’t already seen it but have heard the hype, check out Blue is the Warmest Colour (best not watch it with your mum) and make up your own mind. Scandalous? Beautiful? Banal? Our ears are always open (though not always our eyes). Check back for weekly film reviews and our recommendations.

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GRAVITY

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THE BUTLER

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ENDER’S GAME

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BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR

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THE COUNSELLOR

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PHILOMENA

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SAVING MR. BANKS

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DON JON

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JEUNE ET JOLIE

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CARRIE

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THE FAMILY

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posted by Dixie Turner

Poster of the Day: River of No Return (1954)

tumblr_mrs65fUkxo1qh35m6o1_500River of No Return (Poster  for the original Polish release from 1967. Artist: Kazimierz Krolikowski)

“ONE THING ABOUT THIS, THE LONGER YOU LAST, THE LESS YOU CARE.” – Kay Weston

A saloon singer with a crooked, gambling boyfriend pair up with a reticent widower and his young son, to make it to safety up a raging river on a rickety raft following an Indian raid. Starring old friends, Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum – directed by Otto Preminger who had, by all accounts a pretty tricky shoot – namely in the shape of Monroe’s acting coach who would give the actress alternative directions, and Mitchum’s drinking problem… Still, the film is a fun, adventure-driven western with a strong and naturalistic performance from Marilyn who, after three blockbuster comedies in 1953, finally got a chance to douse that breathless voice of hers with (presumably) a good shot of whisky.  Interestingly, Marilyn later described River as her worst film. I disagree!

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Posted by Dixie Turner

New Releases: 17th February

BLUE JASMINE:

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The latest by the man of the moment. Widely celebrated as a return to somewhere approaching long-lost form, Blue Jasmine is quite good. San Francisco looks nice, the film feels quite current (a bit forcibly so at points)  and most of the cast – Peter Sarsgaard especially – sound somewhere between convincing and great doing Allen-talk. Louis C.K.’s adorable turn as Sally Hawkins’ fling is notable, and so is Alec Baldwin’s scumbaggy one as Cate Blanchett’s scumbaggy husband. Blanchett, as if she’d wandered off the set of a Fassbinder shoot/trauma, gives a singularly jutting performance that helps open the film up somewhat, restoring a little of the depth that a few bad contrivances compromise. I don’t think it’s cracked up to the critical promise, but it does definitely have an engaging weight, especially so for a new film by Woody Allen.

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FIFTH ESTATE:

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WHY STOP NOW:

why-stop-now-posterPotentially interesting little film co-directed by first timer Phil Doring and Philadelphia scribe Ron Nyswaner. The late Roger Ebert scored this 3.5 out of four, arguing “Week after week, we get dimwitted comedies, and then a charmer like this comes along, and it gets a limited release. ‘Why Stop Now’ is a bright screwball comedy about one fraught day in the life of a piano prodigy, his crackhead mother and her drug dealers.” It would be nice to see a decent contemporary comedy that’s neither afraid nor in awe of drugs. Hopefully this is one.

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ALSO OUT THIS WEEK:

GAME OF THRONES SEASON 3:

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2:

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MACHETE KILLS:

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JAYNE MANSFIELD’S CAR:

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JADOO KINGS OF CURRY:

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PERCEPTION SEASON 1:

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SCANDAL SEASON 2:

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Posted by William Goodey

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There are worse things I could do…

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ELVIS, ELVIS LET ME BE

KEEP THAT PELVIS FAR FROM ME

 – Rizzo, Grease (1978)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, STOCKARD CHANNING (one-time member of Video City)!

Check her out in Six Degrees of Separation (1993) – playwrite John Guare refused to make the film unless Channing played the role of Ouisa, and her incredible performance pretty much makes the film:

Also, watch her in Practical Magic (1998), Paul Auster’s Smoke (1995) and West Wing

posted by Dixie Turner

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New Releases: 10th February

CAPTAIN PHILLIPS:

captain_phillips_ver2_xlrgTom Hanks stars in the excitingly titled, Captain Phillips (!) Fast-paced true story from director Paul Greengrass (Bourne Supremacy/Ultimatum). Hanks plays the captain of a cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates. No doubt fun and thrilling, but I’m finding it increasingly hard to suspend my disbelief these days in the face of another Hollywood A-lister playing yet another hero part in a yet another blockbuster. Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, George Clooney etc etc, all perfectly watchable in their big roles but somehow (despite a different haircut, glasses or a tie) always still Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, super-sized, flexing and re-flexing jaw and muscle. Perhaps this (long felt) gripe springs back to mind now because of the loss of such talent as Philip Seymour-Hoffman, an actor with the ability to give superbly nuanced performances and who was able to embody real characters (not just characters perhaps based on real people), people of great complexity, people with many faces, not just  box-office heroes with a face for the billboard… Thinking about this  (remember Seymour-Hoffman’s mumbling monotone fantasy confession on the psychiatrist’s couch in Happiness) all this hero stuff seems a bit tired… But still, Captain Phillips: no doubt fun and thrilling, even if just a popcorn rollercoaster. Cert. 12

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LE WEEKEND:

le_weekend_ver2_xlgJim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a middle-aged couple who, after many years of marriage and seeing their children grown, return to Paris to rekindle romance. Sounds like a bit of a re-hashed premise (and why does it HAVE to be Paris always?), but a good cast (including the brilliant Jeff Goldblum) and a screenplay by Hanif Kureishi (My Beautiful Launderette, Intimacy) may be enough to bring spark to this comedy-drama, directed by Roger Michell (Changing Lanes, Enduring Love and Notting Hill (!)) Cert. 15

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ENOUGH SAID:

Enough-Said-PosterJames Gandolfini’s penultimate feature before his tragic death last year, Enough Said looks like a decent, gentle romantic comedy. Julia Louis-Dreyfus plays Eva, a divorcee who falls for James Gandolfini only to find that he is her new best friend’s ex-husband. Great supporting cast in the shape of Catherine Keener and Toni Collette. Directed by Nicole Holofcener (Parks and Recreation, Please Give, Friends with Money). Cert. 12

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GLORIA:

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AIN’T THEM BODIES SAINTS:

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IN THE NAME OF:

InTheNameOf_poster_finalPolish drama about a priest struggling with his sexuality in the face of a strong attraction to a troubled young man from the local rural community. Directed by Malgorzata Szumowska who directed the – in my opinion – under-appreciated Elles (2011), starring Juliette Binoche. Cert. 15. Polish with English subs.

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Also out this week:

PRINCE AVALANCHE:

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THE NUN:

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FILTH:

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MUSCLE SHOALS:

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TURBO:

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DEATH COMES TO PEMBERLEY:

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Posted by Dixie Turner

Recent Additions (Films We Should Have Had Before, But Didn’t)

936full-memphis-belle-posterMEMPHIS BELLE (1990) – dir. Michael Caton-Jones (Rob Roy, This Boy’s Life).

Surprisingly affecting WWII drama, with especially good aerial combat scenes that give a pretty good idea of the psychological strength required by pilots flying missions. Good all round cast including Matthew Modine, Eric Stoltz, Billy Zane and John Lithgow. Great little family film.

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8fb4183b_1991RocketeerPosterTHE ROCKETEER (1991) – dir. Joe Johnston (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Jumanji, Jurassic Park 3, Captain America).

Fantastic family fun about a young aviator who happens upon a jet-pack prototype that (after a few bumpy landings) turns him into a fully-fledged art deco super-hero. Starring Jennifer Connelly, Alan Arkin and Billy Campbell.

posted by Dixie Turner

William’s (little late) 2013 roundup, plus 2014 tips and things

The ten best films and videos of last year, in no order:

 
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Blue is the Warmest Colour (Abdellatif Kechiche)
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Full of Fire (Marit Östberg)
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Gingers (Antonio da Silva, 2013)
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Jonathan Hertzberg’s Dirty Old New York videos (particularly Burt Goes to Whole Foods and Dirty Old New York Subway)
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JG (Tacita Dean, 2013)
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Mr. Angel (Dan Hunt)
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Stoker (Park Chan-wook)
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2014…
Best film I’ve seen so far this year that I hadn’t seen before is The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1972). Why in the sweet name of Petra had I not seen it sooner? Definitely better than the dreck you’ve probably been watching :)
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Thing I’m most excited about so far this year is LookingAndrew Haigh’s (Greek Pete, Weekend) new HBO series. The first three episodes rule.
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Best screening(ish) I’ve been to so far this year is Lewis Klahr’s Sixty Six at Anthony Reynolds Gallery. This is a great show – lush stills for films and three new videos on a loop – so great that 66 Episode Three, Helen of T snuck on to my best of 2013 list above. It’s also avant-garde filmmaker Klahr’s first solo gallery presentation, so get in on the ground floor, cynics. Expect a dedicated post about Klahr on the blog soon.
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And here’s some festivals, exhibitions and screenings to get worked up about…
Annnd, PSEUDOFRUIT  – This is a queer film club I’m part of. Our first screening was a stomper. Video City’s own Tom Moore kindly drew the below for it <3
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There will more PSEUDOFRUIT events later this year.
By William Goodey

Film of the Day: Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) – P.S. Happy Birthday Carl Th. Dreyer

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ONE LIFE IS ALL WE HAVE

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AND WE LIVE IT AS WE BELIEVE IN LIVING IT.

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BUT TO SACRIFICE WHAT YOU ARE

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AND TO LIVE WITHOUT BELIEF,

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THAT IS A FATE MORE TERRIBLE THAN DYING.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman

Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman-1527808We at Video City have long been fans of the extraordinary talent of Philip Seymour Hoffman (a fact evidenced by our long-standing ‘Philip See-More Hoffman’ shelf) and are deeply saddened to hear of his passing. There is rarely a week that goes by when one of his films, be it the gently poignant Jack Goes Boating (Hoffman’s directorial debut), A Late Quartet or Happiness, doesn’t grace our Staff Picks shelf.

A beautiful actor who could at once show great vulnerability, troubled confidence, frustrated desire and an anger bubbling beneath the surface that could leap out in dangerous, burning flashes – it made him wonderful to watch.

Jack Goes Boating (2010)

A Late Quartet (2012)

Capote (2005)

posted by Dixie Turner

New Releases: 3rd February

WADJDA:

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A big hit on the festival circuit and the first film made in Saudi Arabia Wadjda is about a 10-year-old girl who signs up for her school Koran recital competition in order to buy a bicycle. Arabic with English subs. Cert. PG

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PRISONERS:

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It seems like every ‘serious’ drama nowadays has to involve the disappearance of a child and Prisoners follows that trend with Hugh Jackman the distraught father of a missing daughter. Jackman sans Wolverine blades or song and dance numbers is a worrying presence but this film is shot by the brilliant Roger Deakins and who better to play a snivelling nutbag than Paul Dano?
Cert. 15

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RUNNER RUNNER:

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I don’t remember this coming out at the cinema but here it is. Runner Runner is a thriller where Ben Affleck faces off against Justin Timberlake in a designer stubble competition (my money’s on Ben, his jaw’s double the size).
Cert. 15

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ABOUT TIME:

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About time. About time a certain somebody stopped making films. Oh, he is stopping, is he? Oh what terribly, jolly excellent news! That’s pretty much all the enthusiasm I can muster for this film (although it has got Bill Nighy in it and we all love Bill Nighy).
Cert. 12

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AUSTENLAND:

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Recently described by a customer as an ‘airplane movie’.
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Baseball, Harrison Ford, and someone called Chadwick. No, me neither.
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ROMEO AND JULIET:

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God knows we’ve all been crying out for another Shakespeare adaptation. Here Julian Fellowes pens the screenplay to add some Downton Abbey edge to proceedings.
Cert. PG

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ODD THOMAS:

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Big meets Drag me to Hell (+ Willem Dafoe).
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Also out this week:

THE BRIDGE SEASON 2:

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GIRL MOST LIKELY:

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JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR:

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THANKS FOR SHARING:

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BATES MOTEL SEASON 1:

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THE VIKINGS SERIES 1:

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INSPECTOR MONTALBANO SEASON 6:

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