Episode 12 Film 2012


Episode 12

Film 2012 returns with Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh as they review the much-anticipated final instalment of the Twilight saga, plus Michael Haneke's award-winning film Amour.


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Hellow and welcome to a new series of Film Twenty Twelve with me

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Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh Hello. We're live. If you want to

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get in touch, please tweet or email us the details are on the screen

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now. Coming up on tonight's show: The con is on as Cameron Diaz and

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Colin Firth team up for Gambit. Not just another love story. Michael

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Haneke's Amour. I have a mad habit of under estimating you. One last

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bite of the cherry as Breaking Dawn Part Two completes the Twilight

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Saga. Plus, we give our verdict on Paul Thomas Anderson's, The Master.

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We have our top five cult leaders. I hope one of them is me. First,

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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part Two, the final installment in the

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Twilight Saga. Bella has started her new life as a vampire. She and

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Edward are raising their young daughter, Renesmee, of course they

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are. I have a mad habit of under estimating you. My time as a human

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is over. I fever felt more alive. After 18 years of being utterly

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ordinary, I found I can shine. begins as Bella opens her eyes for

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the first time as a vampire. And, starts adapting to her new life.

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was born to be a vampire. beautiful. We are the same

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temperature now. She realises she is terrifyingly strong and fast and

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has an unbelievable thirst for human blood as well, which is odd!

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Then realises that she also has a child as well. She died and come

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back and has Renesmee, her daughter. Kind of dealing with a child that

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grows at a really, really aggressive rate and, kind of, the

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fear and wonderment of that. I will never let anyone hurt you. Renesmee

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is a special child. In the beginning of the story everybody is

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worried about her because there has not... There is no-one like her.

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She's a human/vampire mix. So, that confusion is very scary thing. They

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are protective and don't want people knowing they are vampires.

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Maintaining our secret has never been more imperative. It's silly.

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They are secretive folk. They are pissed because they are worried

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Renesmee will blow their cover. have to report the crime. The Coens

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have done something terrible. think Renesmee is an immortal child.

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She was born, not bittern, she grows every single day. What is it

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They are coming for us. chieting thing is that it's

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unbelievibly different. It's like making a completely new movie. The

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same characters. A whole bunch of new ones. A huge amount of new

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vampires. It feels like a pleatly different animal. When we were

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filming the first movie we thought it was like a smaller budget movie,

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hopefully for a few of those fan that is liked the books, but had no

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idea it would be anywhere close to this. My first American movie. It's

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just been crazy ride. I mean, it was lucky there were pretty good

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people involved in it otherwise there would have been a lot of

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rehab. How do you define a phenomenon? If you could define it,

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if there was an equation we would do it every day. It was go time for

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five years. It's insane. Now that it's over, it's a relief because

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you are not worried about the story points any more. It's easy to walk

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away from a character Wen when you have left them in a conclusive way.

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-- when you have left them in a conclusive way. I'm not a Twilight

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fan. What is nice with this last movie, the film is only one hour

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and 55 minutes long, it does feel much, much, much longer. Much, much

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longer. From a value-for-money perspective, the Twilight fans are

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quids in here. Twilight is was and forever will be creepy, soapy

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claptrap. Well, I love creepy soapy claptrap. That is why I said it.

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That is my dream Dallas with blood. I liked the first one. I didn't

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like the other two. I thought was pretty good. I think I'm a bit Live

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and Let Live. I like everything. Which might be wrong. I like the

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opening sequence. I'm mad for iceles. There is a lot less, sort

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of, lip biting. They are parents, they are grown up. There is a good

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battle scene. Hear me out. The end title phenomenonal They last for

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four years. That is not long enough. Will you go. Anybody who has been

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part of the series gets about a bow, I like. That They will sign 10x8

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photographs at fan conventions. I will take a bow while I could. I

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have been at the end credits since 2006. No. There are things wrong

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with it. Alice, who can see in the future and he she says "they are

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coming." they take an hour-and-a- half. They move fast. Not these.

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The family live in a beautiful, I think, stylised modernesq

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glasshouse. They create this house for Bella and Edward which is truly

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weird and small and is like a tiny cottage full of niknacs. In the

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screening I was at people laughed. I really liked it. I did. I want to

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say a quick word about Kristen Stewart. People give her a hard

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time. It would be nice for Twilight to have a better legacy than just

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inspiring 50 Shades of Grey. It may be she has a proper career as an

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actress. She does have talent. Here she would rather be doing the night

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shift at a 24-hour garage. She is profpgsal and committed. You will

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not get -- professional and committed. Will you not get

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anything further out of me. Kristen Stewart talented girl. I wish she

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made her breakthrough in a series that provided a better role model

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for teenage girls than Bella Swan like Carrie. Next, Michael

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Haneke's new film Amour the story of George and Anne, a loving couple

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in their 80s, who have to come to terms with the effects of ageing

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 71 seconds

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MUSIC STOPS. It's what it say it is, a story about love. A love story. A

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love story that happens to be directed by Michael Haneke, this

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giant among directors he means films with are fierce and

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unflinching. It's tender and a tiny drop of what I think is approaching

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sentimentality which is not a criticism. For Tim Henman that a

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brave thing to do. A fine film. What did you think? Without being

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over dramatic, my favourite film I have seen in the last five years.

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That is not over dramatic in the slightest. You know how I get? I

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should apologise to Charlie Line, I sat next to him. He said he had

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seen it a couple of times before. He said "I'll see you on the other

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side" where I had to be helped. We asked you to tweet, then I never

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read them out. Nothing says tweet like Michael Haneke. He will be

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pleased "it's a tender portrait of life, love and loss. It's a

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masterclass." I think it's faultless. The act something

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extraordinary. The details. And people will focus on the end of the

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film, I even loved the beginning. I loved everything. The couple go to

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a performance. You are seeing it from the stage. I could watch that

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again and again much I thought it was beautiful. The thing about

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Michael Haneke it's easy to get fixated with him. Amour wouldn't be

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half the movie it is without the couple, you have Jean-Louis

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Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva, what is great about them is Michael

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Haneke poses this uncomfortable question in the middle of this film

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which is - what happens to love when the person you love starts to

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vanish. The actors have to answer that that on secret. I'm pleased

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that this wonderful pair of French actors who have had amazing careers

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are getting love now. Extraordinary moments. When he comes home and

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tells her about the funeral of the friend they went to. Do you

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remember he is talking about The Beatles and Yesterday, that is

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brilliant. I love the whole cast. I love their daughter and her husband,

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he is in the film for that. I feel they are well rounded. I know who

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he is and who she is. I think the casting of Isbelle Huppert is very

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good. The role of the daughter, she seems shallow and horrible in a way

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that the elderly couple aren't. It feels like Michael Haneke is

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letting everyone over the age of 70 off the hook. Normally everyone is

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subject to his cruel gaze it's like here once you have your bus pass

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you are OK. I'm not as sold on this as his other films. What I loved

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about her. She had been ignored by them. Her -- their love was so

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strong she felt isolated. You are making excuses for him. Can you

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look at my face and, please, go and see this film. If you don't like it,

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we will do something. I will send Danny around. No-one wants that.

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Can log on to our website to find out where Amour will be showing.

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Next, Colin Firth kd and Alan Rickman in the cones brothers crime

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caper Gambit. -- Cameron Diaz. awe look at these. Now, he will

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have his revenge. How would you you like to make �500,000? Yep.

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boring, she is fun. We are both trapped in the world which is

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oppressing. I have to wear a suit and curat -- curator to an art

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election. I grow newspaper a small town in Texas. She is, basically,

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you know, sort of wrangled in and then, sort of, offers offered an

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opportunity she can't is a no to. These nice poom people want to take

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a picture in the house. -- people want to take a picture in the house.

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He has been seeking it with a passion. Haystacks. I have been a

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huge fan of Blake Edwards. I guess I began to think back to the

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original Pink Panther movies and work with Peter Sellers there was

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something in the tone of those movies that I thought made sense

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for this. That's marvellous. Tell me, PJ, what makes you think this

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paint something worth �12 million? Well, Lionel, first of, it's oil.

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Ain't it, Harry? The medium is oil. There is a step in this I really

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feel like we found that balance. -- stuff. Michael has a great sense of

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humour. He understood this material. And you don't have to say, "for an

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American". I personally find comedy makes me more anxious than drama.

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It's just what we find hard to manage. No problems then, sir?

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Security is a little tighter. getting anything else are we?

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It's a caper movie which is notoriously difficult to get right.

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It has to be pointless. You have to just enjoy wasting your time with

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them and in the case of Gambit, skippered by the Coen Brothers,

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presumably by gunpoint because they forgot to do the jokes in. Half the

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movie is Colin Firth losing his trousers. With the odd reference to

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Alan Rickman's bollocks. It is that enough for you? Yes. I was a little

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bit live and let live. I thought, in five weeks' time, I can't find a

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Christmas tree, I will be livid. It's all right. It's got Colin

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Firth and Cameron Diaz. There are bits that are funny. I laughed out

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loud when I reminded myself of that moment. Maybe I'm not well. There

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is a moment when he can't lift up the chairs. Look at my face. It was

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funny. You're not well. If you have got a spare 10 a, it's a Wednesday

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night, go and see it. There's no chemistry. Gambit is a remake of a

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film up from 1966 with Michael Caine and Shirley Maclean and they

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crackle. Colin Firth looks terrified of Cameron Diaz. There's

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a pair of concierge at at the Savoy who still a whole movie. Every time

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that the move the leaves them, you think, these guys are funny but no,

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we have to look for Colin Firth's trousers again. I'm not sold.

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are brilliant films out. Twilight. Quite. It's now time for the top

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This is thrilling because Chris, you're in the studio. This was my

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idea. Yes, physically, because now we can discuss with you and it

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showed at two about, linked to The Master, you have top-five cult

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leaders. Was this easy for you? was fairly difficult at first. We

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don't agree on the order. I think a cult leader should have giant

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snakes. Britney Spears. Sadly, she did not make the grade. He was

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number five? A cult leader from Indiana Jones And the Temple of

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Doom. He scared the living daylights out of me. Now I'm a

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grown-up, he still does. Let's have I do remember that. He pulls his

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heart out. Yes, and he's alive. believe Harrison Ford has

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established a cult in the brass get based on that. You were seven when

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you watch that. That was scary. you see your parents? I'm tempted

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but I still find him it's scary. When you see him, do you want to

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sleep and suck a blanket? Yes. Number four? It is Brad Pitt from

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of fight Club. You have everything you want, he's charismatic, looks

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fantastic, and he likes to punch people which is good. But, more

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importantly, he has rules. You need rules and sometimes he was double

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denim. Never forget that. Very good for a cult leader. Here is a clip.

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Every week, Tiler reveals the rules that we decided. Gentlemen, welcome

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to fight Club. The first rule of fight Club is you do not talk about

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fight Club. The second rule of fight Club is, you do not talk

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Which one is the Chanel advert? Along time after that. A good

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choice. Twitter is very lopsided. People have gone for an obvious

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choice. Somebody said your pagan dancing but are not sure if that is

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a request? That's the wrap party. What is number three? This is

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everybody's number one. It's not my number one. It is the wicker man.

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Very good. He is a cult leader. is, and that's why I chose it.

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idea there other cults ahead of this, I don't believe it. It's

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terribly exciting. Yes, he's got a kilt, he's not afraid to burn up

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non-believers. Christopher Lee at his finest. You're a dead to me.

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2, there's going to be a hoo-ha about this. Yoga from Episode One

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of the Phantom menace. They are a cult. I think there is a leader in

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Star Wars but I don't think it's him. Let's remind ourselves of the

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weirdness. Your thoughts dwell on your mother? I miss her. Afraid to

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lose her, I think. What has that got to do with anything? Everything.

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Fear is the path to the dockside. That leads to anger, hate,

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suffering -- dark side. What I love it during that, Chris, you just

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went, yeah? He talks absolute nonsense. People think it's

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profoundly. I think there is a cult leader in Star Wars. We would all

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followed R2D2. He is a quiet leader. If I wasn't contractually obliged

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to stay here, I would walk out. is a quiet leader. He is a quiet

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leader. We have now reached the point. We have no Satanists. I

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didn't want it angry members of the satanist community tweeting in but

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no Rosemary's Baby? It's a fine tradition, Chris. Let's talk about

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number one. Brian Cowen from the Life of Brian. Can I just say, this

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has got bad language in it, so if you are small, cover your ears.

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Hale, Messiah! I am not the Messiah. I should know, I have followed a

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few. I say you are. I am not the Messiah. I am not the Messiah.

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Don't you understand? Honestly! Only the true Messiah denies his

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divinity. What sort of chance does that give me? All right, I am of

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the Messiah. He is the Messiah! thank off! -- lock off? It's a

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mighty top five, isn't it? Have you enjoyed this? Yes. I will come back

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in a few weeks' time. Very nice. Next, The Master, starring Joaquin

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Phoenix as a damamged World War II vetern who falls under the

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charismatic spell of cult leader Manner is not an animal. -- man. We

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are not a part of the animal kingdom. We are far above that

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crowd. We are spirits, not beasts. I have unlocked and discovered a

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secret to living in these bodies that the owner. Good sides allies

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for more than one opinion which is the basis of a cult. The only way

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to defend his to attack. Please don't hurt him. He is dangerous.

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is making this up as he goes along. I don't ever want to see you again.

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The film business lives on hype. For all the hype, The Master is the

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real deal. Paul Thomas Anderson has made films about extraordinary

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characters. After a while, you feel like you met everybody you want to

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meet but after WITH Paul Thomas Anderson's films. I think Joaquin

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Phoenix's character is this extraordinary yet. You never quite

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know what's coming next and I don't think that's ever been truer than

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in the The Master for I thought it was absolutely phenomenal. Rarely

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have I watched a film of that long and watch the credit and

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immediately thought, is there any way we could watch this straight

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away again. It is extraordinary. It is a weird week. Amour and The

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Master are my favourite films for as long as I can remember. Joaquin

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Phoenix is extraordinary in this. It's beautiful. The cinematographer.

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Even if you are just watching him choose between pasta sauces, I mean,

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he is amazing in it, isn't he? Joaquin Phoenix is stunning but so

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is Amy Adams. She is surrounded by these gigantic performances and has

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never dwarfed. The role she has, its pivotal, and she plays it

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brilliantly. It reminds me of raging Bull, another gorgeous

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looking film about a troubled character who can't control himself.

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Take the fighting scenes out and it is episodic and sprawling. You

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don't know what you're supposed to think at the end of it. 30 years

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ago, everybody wondered whether Martin Scorsese had made a

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masterpiece. Now there is no doubt. I don't know, I will put my money

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on the The Master at this point also it is hypnotic and deserves

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all the hype it's getting. Whatever you do, see it. I think it is Paul

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Thomas Anderson's best film he has made so far. I am so aghast, I

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can't speak. What is your film of the week? I would love it if you

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said, Twilight. No, it is The Master. For me, you have to see

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Amour and The Master. That's all for tonight. In next week's show

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we'll be reviewing End of Watch, Nativity 2, The House I Live In,

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and Silver Linings Playbook. Playing us out tonight is Gangster

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Squad, starring Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn and Emma Stone. It's in

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cinemas next January. Thank you and I need you to save her. I'm going

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after Mickey Cohen. Why should he have so much when others have so

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little? Take what you can when you can. In a month, we will have the

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whole west coast are tied up in a nice ribbon. We are going to war.

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Film 2012 returns with Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh as they review the much-anticipated final instalment of the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2. They also take a look at Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or winning film Amour. Plus Colin Firth in crime caper Gambit, and Toni Collette gives Mary Poppins a run for her money as a rather unorthodox nanny in the comedy Mental.


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