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Info Film Four & Film Four +1 12-04-08. - 12-April-2008, 12:30

Film Four & Film Four +1 12-04-08.

Astra 2D at 28.2E 10729 V SYM:22000 FEC 5/6

Film Four SID8335 VPID2312 APID2313 Eng

Film Four +1 SID8330 VPID2332 APID2333 Eng


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13:00
One Fine Day
Film in this warm-hearted but underwritten romantic comedy, George Clooney stars as a newspaper reporter saddled with parental responsibilities when he's forced to look after his five-year-old daughter while his ex-wife is on honeymoon. Into his life comes Michelle Pfeiffer, who's struggling to hold down a job and bring up a child, and the couple reluctantly agree to help each other out - only to find that what can go wrong naturally does. Clooney, Pfeiffer and Mae Whitman (as Clooney's daughter) are suitably charming, but they are all let down by a very bratty and irritating performance from Alex D Linz (of Home Alone 3 fame) as Pfeiffer's hideous son, and the uninspired direction of Michael Hoffman.



15:00
The Awful Truth
Film This is a wonderful example of Cary Grant at his screwball comic best, playing one half of a sniping, divorcing couple, who trade insults like gunfire and seek to spoil each other's future plans. Irene Dunne is the superb foil for Grant's laconic asides, and the two leads are assisted by a great supporting cast, which includes Ralph Bellamy and Cecil Cunningham. Leo McCarey's assured and fluid direction was rightly rewarded with an Oscar. Many stars, including Tom Hanks and Hugh Grant, have laid claim to Grant's mantle, but this movie illustrates once again that they are light years away from the man at his best.


16:00
16:45 I Was a Male War Bride
Film In this hilarious comedy of errors, French army officer Cary Grant marries American WAC Ann Sheridan and attempts to get to the States using the "war bride" bill. Director Howard Hawks wrings every ounce of humour from this bizarre situation, making splendid use of European locations (with interiors filmed at Shepperton Studios), and his cast could scarcely be improved upon. This is one of Grant's cleverest, most subtle performances, but the breezy Sheridan is more than a match for him: just watch that timing in the "sleeplessness in the guest house" sequence, and the increasing sense of frustration as an uncredited Lionel Murton tells Grant again and again, "you can't sleep here" (the film's British release title).



18:00
18:45 George Clooney on Leatherheads
Interests George Clooney talks about Leatherheads, which he directs and stars in, a comedy about the birth of professional American football in the 1920s.



18:55
One Fine Day
Film in this warm-hearted but underwritten romantic comedy, George Clooney stars as a newspaper reporter saddled with parental responsibilities when he's forced to look after his five-year-old daughter while his ex-wife is on honeymoon. Into his life comes Michelle Pfeiffer, who's struggling to hold down a job and bring up a child, and the couple reluctantly agree to help each other out - only to find that what can go wrong naturally does. Clooney, Pfeiffer and Mae Whitman (as Clooney's daughter) are suitably charming, but they are all let down by a very bratty and irritating performance from Alex D Linz (of Home Alone 3 fame) as Pfeiffer's hideous son, and the uninspired direction of Michael Hoffman.



21:00
21:00 O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Film "Based upon Homer's Odyssey" runs the opening title, which - as well as setting the tongue-in-cheek tone of this Coen brothers' comedy - also happens to contain more than an element of truth. The eighth collaborative effort produced and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen concerns the attempts of escaped convict Ulysses Everett McGill (a nicely self-mocking George Clooney) to get back to his wife Penny (Holly Hunter in a cameo appearance), and the picaresque adventures he has on the way. The title derives from the 1941 satirical comedy Sullivan's Travels by Preston Sturges, whose humorous spirit hangs over this episodic tale. The movie also contrives to encapsulate every con-on-the-run picture one has ever seen, as well as southern period crime dramas. Yet again, the Coens' cinematic alchemy has worked a treat.



23:00
23:05 From Dusk till Dawn
Film Delivering everything you'd expect from a splatter-action horror bearing scriptwriter Quentin Tarantino's name, this in-your-face shocker from director Robert Rodriguez juggles sharp dialogue, excessive violence, great special effects and bad taste with stylish verve. Tarantino and George Clooney play two crooks heading south of the border, who take preacher Harvey Keitel's family hostage and end up under attack from bloodthirsty vampires, undead strippers and Hell's Angels when they hide out in a sleazy Mexican bar. Energetic film-making and engaging performances keep this hilarious gore-fest firing on all its raucously tongue-in-cheek cylinders.

01:05
Solaris
(2002) George Clooney is a therapist sent to mentor a group of astronauts on the Prometheus space station.George Clooney travels to a space station only to come face to face with his dead wife. Enigmatic science-fiction from director Steven Soderbergh
Solaris Steven Soderbergh really is on a hiding to nothing with his adaptation of Solaris, originally a philosophical 1961 sci-fi novel from Nobel prize-winning author Stanislaw Lem. Following in the immense footsteps of arthouse icon Andrei Tarkovsky, who produced a searing if ponderous take on the novel in the early 70s, this is a project that promises to rile cineastes as much as Gus Van Sant's reshoot of Psycho.


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