Friday

Mission Cruise Control

The successful action adventure, "Mission Impossible" returns with flashy director John Woo at the helm. Nicola Davies examines the world of MI 2.

Dazzling dinosaurs

<b>Review: Dinosaur</b>

The pick of the film fest

A selection of the best movies at the National Arts Festival, chosen by Andrew Worsdale.

Taken in the fatal net

<b>Review: Final Destination</b>

Film-making at eye-level

This year's Encounters II documentary film festival presents European, Canadian and African works by film-makers of all calibres. Robyn Alexander considers documentaries in general and some particular filmic highlights of the festival .

A fantastic voyage

<b>Review: The Legend of 1900</b>

Back in the USSR

<b>Review: East-West</b>

Red planet Hollywood

Mars has always been a scary presence in sci-fi movies, and a new invasion of space-operas is continuing the tradition. Jeff Dawson explores the next frontier.

Battlefield mirth

<b>Review: Battlefield Earth</b>

It takes tu, baby

Man meets woman; man doesn't jump into bed with woman. Patrice Leconte, the award-winning director of Ridicule, tells Peter Lennon why his new film.

Maximum sweep

While Ang Lee's Ride with the Devil tends towards the intimate, Ridley Scott's Gladiator is triumphantly epic in every way, writes Shaun de Waal.

Paranoid paramedic

<b>Review: Bringing Out the Dead</b>

Ageing bulls return

Twenty-five years after collaborating on Taxi Driver, Martin Scorsese and Paul Schrader are together again with Bringing Out the Dead. Mark Morris welcomes back America's greatest film-making duo.

Flowering secrets

<b>Review: Magnolia</b>

Magnolia maniac

At the age of 30 and with just three films to his name, Paul Thomas Anderson has already been granted the heady power of the Final Cut. He tells John Patterson how he cruised into the top flight of Hollywood directors

Smoke but no fire

<b>Review: Holy Smoke</b>

Hard-boiled

<b>Review: Boiler Room</b>

Robo flop

<b>Review: Bicentennial Man</b>

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