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  1.  Sketches satirising the major news stories of the week.

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    Compilation featuring all the best highlights from series one and two of the animated sketch show. Features George Bush and his puppet advisor, the Royal family uncovered, and Elton John battling a giant insect, as well as appearances from George Michael, Kylie, Posh and Becks, and Chris Eubank.

  2.  Superb entertainment in a refined style.

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    A gorgeous con artist sells a fake painting to a powerful gangster and discovers that crime doesn't pay when her unsatisfied customer hires Europe's top assassin to take her out. But the moment Victor (Bill Nighy) gets Rose (Emily Blunt) in his crosshairs, he hesitates. The situation grows tense when Victor vows to protect the sprightly scammer rather than rubbing her out, and finds himself the unwitting mentor to a young protegee.

  3.  There is not one frame of this film that I would change.

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    Disney's Tarzan takes the well-known story to a new level with spirited animation, a brisk pace, and some thrilling action set-pieces..

  4.  Great family movie

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    Rodriguez reboots his eight-years-dormant franchise, with surprisingly entertaining and loosey-goosey results

  5.  Arguably Scorsese's finest hour.

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    Hard hitting and stylish, GoodFellas is a gangster classic and arguably the high point of Martin Scorsese's career.

  6.  The performances are an understated joy

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    Sarah Jessica Parker, Greg Kinnear, Pierce Brosnan, Olivia Munn and Christina Hendricks star in I Don't Know How She Does It, a comedy from director Douglas McGrath (Emma, Infamous) and producer Donna Gigliotti (The Reader, Let Me In). Based on the critically acclaimed bestseller by Allison Pearson, I Don't Know How She Does It follows a Boston-based working mother trying desperately to juggle marriage, children, and a high-stress job.

  7.  For die-hard Elvis fans

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    Elvis is Mike Edwards, a pilot of a small plane who has a faithful sidekick, Danny (Gary Lockewood), and a penchant for singing. The story, such as it is, takes place in-between a total of ten different songs, the most memorable being "One Broken Heart for Sale". Mike is tough on the outside but he is willing to take up a good cause when he finds Sue Lin (Vicky Tiu) temporarily abandoned at the Seattle Worlds Fair. Aside from Sue Lin, he also finds an attractive nurse who is not abandoned but might still need attention.

  8.  Glorious escapism

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    The Two Towers balances spectacular action with emotional storytelling, leaving audiences both wholly satisfied and eager for the final chapter.

  9.  Double bill featuring war between felines and hounds

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    'Cats and Dogs' (2001) sees a battle for global supremacy waged not between nations or religions, but... cats and dogs! Unknown to humans a war between the two has been fought for decades but there is currently a very fragile truce in place. However, when wacky Professor Brody (Jeff Goldblum) makes a discovery that could tip the age-old battle between the rival domestic pet species, Lou (voiced by Tobey Maguire), a feisty young beagle puppy, must act to prevent the felines lead by Mr Tinkles (Sean Hayes), a white persian cat, from achieving world domination. The sequel 'The Revenge of Kitty Galore' (2010) features the voices of Bette Midler, James Marsden and Nick Nolte. When power-hungry Kitty Galore (Midler), hairless Sphynx cat and former agent for feline spy agency MEOWS, decides to take over the world, the Dogs HQ spy organisation reluctantly joins forces with Kitty's former cat comrades in a last-ditch attempt to stop her diabolical plan in its tracks. Leading the campaign against her are police dog Diggs (Marsden) and his mentor Butch (Nolte), while Kitty's allies include the mice and devious cat Mr Tinkles (Sean Hayes).

  10.  slick, polished, catchy and surprisingly strong.

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    Baz Luhrmann's garish, flamboyant adaptation of Romeo and Juliet was hyper kinetic and colourful, so it's only appropriate that the soundtrack was tailored the same way. Combining modern rock acts like Garbage, Radiohead, the Cardigans, and the Butthole Surfers with contemporary soul like Des'ree and adult alternative like Gavin Friday, the album is slick, polished, catchy and surprisingly strong.