Episode 6 Film 2013


Episode 6

Film reviews, including Bruce Willis in Good Day to Die Hard, Paul Rudd in This is 40 and Saskia Rosendhal in Lore. And Catherine Bray reveals her top five sequels.


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Hello and welcome to Film 2013 with me Claudia Winkleman. And me Danny

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Leigh. We're live and if you want to get

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in touch then please tweet or e- mail. The details are on the screen

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now. On tonight's show:

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It's A Good Day To Die Hard for Bruce Willis.

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Coming to terms with the past in Laura.

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And life begins for Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann in This Is 40. You get

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so mad at me. I do want to kill you. Plus Keanu Reeves poses the

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question, "is film dead" in documentary, Side By Side and

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Catherine Bray is here with her Top 5 Sequels. First tonight, A Good

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Day To Die Hard. It's the fifth instalment in the 25-year-old

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franchise and this time Bruce is Jack. Dad? It has to do with me and

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the relationship I have with my son, Jack which has been a pretty

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contentious relationship. I have kind of lost track of him so I

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thought I would go to Moscow and try to find him and there was a

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nuclear threat in this film. This is what you have been doing

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007, a playing field New Jersey. Relax, you're safe now.

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Jack is actually deep cover, CIA, he is over there working for the

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Government. It is an extraordinary circumstance they find themselves

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in and certainly, no one else has either of their backs, you know, in

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Moscow so they have to band to go in order to stay alive. What is

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this, a gun? I guess you thumped it before.

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John McClane abroad. John McClane overseas. John McClane in a

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different culture. That's what was really exciting because whatever

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about him being a fly in the ointment, he has been a fly in

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American ointment. It is really fun to take that idea and put it in a

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global setting and just throw him right in there to a world-wide

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geopolitical situation and see what John McClane does.

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This guy is bad news. Terrorism. Someone has got to stop him.

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Knock, knock. They have replaced James Bond five times. They have

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replaced Jason bOrn. No one will replace Bruce as John McClane. He

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You are not going to die today. This film comes with the big ticket

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items of big action sequences and It is a big rocking Die Hard movie.

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You go looking for trouble, or does it always fin you? I used to ask

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myself the same question! Well, I don't know who this Die

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Hard is for. They have cleaned everything up that the famous line

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is, "Mother." We will leave the rest to everyone's imagination. It

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is safe for the average 12-year-old, but I don't think the average 12-

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year-old will have any interest in seeing this film. It is in the look

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of it, it is in the feel of it, you have got this father and son son

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plot where the son is essentially an idiot and John McClane spends

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his time complaining about the younger generation. You squint and

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this could be a hotel with rocket launchers. I am confused.

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I would like that. Get Maggie stuff to do. I loved the Die Hard

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franchise, I loved the first within and the third one. This one, I know

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what you mean. There is a brilliant tweet and it is from Louis who said,

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"I never thought I would hear John McClane say I'm suffering from

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jetlag." There has been lots of films with old guys and they have

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got them up and given them a spray can tan and gun. We had the last

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one with Arnie and Sly Stallone and the only one that made me laugh was

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Arnely. Let's not -- Arnie and let's not go there again.. You are

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so wrong about the Arnold Arnold Schwarzenegger movie. The action is

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fine. The action is not the problem. It is everything that goes in on in

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between. A Die Hard should be filled with great one liners and

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you have got one great one liner and. This is an actor who used to

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be famous for his smirk and now as he does throughout his career, he

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is somewhere between narked off and depressed. I loved Die Hard 2. I

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will dual anyone who says this doesn't feel like a real Die Hard.

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Here, the bad guys are from a pound shop! For future future reference

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because they are making a sixth Die Hard, if you are going to be a

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villain, you need more than chewing a carrot!

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Good knows, I know that from personal experience. The action

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scenes are well handled, but it done seem like the real deal to me.

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Nick Nick Nick tweeted to say, "It is a good day to stop stop making

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Die Hard films." Next, This Is 40. Judd Apatow

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directs his wife Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd in this sort of sequel to

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2007's, Knocked Up. Why does it 38 and not 40? Because your mum wants

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to be 38. Let's not mention it again!

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Your son is an animal. If he insults my daughter again, he will

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be so sorry. You touched my nipple. This is about a family and it is

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the week that the couple turn 40 and decide how they are going to

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make their life work better. I play this character, Pete. We

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have issues that we never quite addressed and I don't think we have

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still addressed and there are new ones thrown in.

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It is the fourth time you have gone to the bathroom today. Why is your

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instinct to escape? Stop Stop treating me like a child.

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They are in this little like transition in their lives and they

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decide to try and make things better and the harder they try to

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make things better, the more things seem to fall apart.

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You need to get outside more and do some playing outside more.

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Yeah, you could build a fort outside, yeah, build a a fort.

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a fort outside and do what in the fort? It seems like ideas are

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inspired by things that have happened in our marriage or with

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our children, but it is fictional. It isn't, I don't watch the move

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why and feel like, "That's my life." My life is much worse!

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She never kills anything. She goes further. She will say, "I think

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this scene would be funnier and more dramatic if I was topless."

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And I go, "Really?" And that's the way we're going to go with it.

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Have you ever thought about killing me? Yeah.

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How would you do it? A wood chipper. Did you see Fargo? Yeah.

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Feeling at ease with things is not such a bad deal.

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I can't afford to sit in my apartment. Getting hair on my chest

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to start crawling up over my shoulders ready to attack my back

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is not cool, but it is a small price to pay for knowledge!

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Anyone want to get a massage. It is fun.

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I'm turning 38. Well move on. Isn't it weird our birthday is the same

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week and I am going to party? don't think it is weird at all

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because I'm turning 38 and you are turning 40.

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It is almost like Outnumbered and it is that slapstick sketch show

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about troubling orifice and it is this bleak drama about being

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married with kids and being mid-led aged. Each of the films has its

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moments and sometimes it is funny and sometimes moving. I have to say

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what it adds up to is a big sprawling mess though. You look

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even more unimpressed than me. Can you see it in my face? It is

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two hours 13 minutes long and unless you have got that somewhere

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for me, you know, I am getting old, unless you have got that, there is

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a DeLorean coming, I have a problem with this film which is they are

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all awful. I think they are supposed to be awful, but when

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there is a scene about "how would you kill me me? "call me, I will do

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it! The main problem I have are the details. They keep on talking about

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this financial crisis while they are sitting in an eight bedroomed

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house, I have got a feeling. One in a BMW, and the other one is in a

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Lexus and they are going away for a mini-break and they have got a

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Christmas tree that alFayed would think it is huge. She has a shop

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that sells tie-dye scrunchies. Just work in the shop. They are just

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annoying. I hear you. I hear you. I feel like I am being mean.

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This should be called This is Judd Apatow. You have got Judd Apatow's

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playing the kids, it is uncomfortably personal. It feels

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like an acquaintance coming up to you at the party and you make small

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talk and he shows you pictures of his wife and and kids and tells you

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about his money worries and his sex life. I hear you as well about the

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money problems. I mean, it is financial crisis, are large in this

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film for a family that appear to own half of America and that

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doesn't ring true and the other thing that doesn't ring true,

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anyone who got kids, real kids, know that is the first thing they

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do wherever you live, however much it costs, they destroy. Not only is

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this house expensive, but it is spotless. I can only assume they

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live in a cage well away from the house because that's not real.

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Should you not keep kids in a cage? Because that's where mine are!

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The relationship with the dads at the end moved me because that was

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because I was in there half my Hello Catherine. What's your Top 5

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this week? We are doing Top 5 sequels.

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Most people go, "Why would they do that again?" Sequels have a bad

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rap? We don't have any of those fudged categories in here and they

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are all sequels and some of the best films ever made have been

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sequels. What's number 5? It is from George

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Lucas. It is, of course, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.

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OK, let's have a clip. I will never join you.

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If you only new the power of the Darkside. Obi-Wan never told you

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what happened to your father. told me enough. He told me you

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killed him. No, I killed your father. Can I just say now...

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People will be complaining. People will be complaining to say

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that is a spoiler. I am sorry. On behalf of Chris Hewitt, he would be

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livid that was so low down on the Top 5. I don't want to speak for

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him. I am on board. It could be higher up. It is a brilliant,

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brilliant film. Where did you go with number four? I have gone back

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to the classic universal 30s horror movies for 1935, the Bride Of

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Frankenstein. Friend. Friend.

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SCREAMING Weren't you in love with her?

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a crush. It is a good one for Valentine's Day.

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What's your next one? Well, good old Boris Karloff. He used to

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present a TV show called Thriller and the star of our next clip guest

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starred on a couple of Boris Karloff thrillers. It is from the

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Star trek world, it is world. Buried alive. Buried alive.

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It is lovely. So it was William Shatner who was on Boris Karloff's

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TV show. Another film that is better than the first film and we

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can include it in our next sequels list.

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They are going to go back in time and save JFK.

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What's the next one? The next film is is Godfather II. And this is a

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brilliant clip. Anyone who watches this clip will

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go, "why am I watching them? I want to watch Godfather II." Apologies.

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There is a plane waiting for us to to take us to Miami in an hour.

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Don't make a big thing about it. I know it was you. You broke my

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heart. You broke my heart. It is fantastic.

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Such a lovely moment. Brotherly affection.

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All of that. We have had a lot of tweets for godfather II. We have

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had a lot of of tweets for Toy Story. Dawn Of The Dead.

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I am afraid Zoom bees have been shut out.

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Frankenstein is not a zoombie, he is a monster.

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What is and I say this with a stern face, number one? There is a man

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who I think, his name has to come up, a director, if you are talking

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about sequels because he is the king of them. I am talking, of

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course, about James Cameron, so the real mystery is which one of his

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famous sequels have I gone for? I have gone with Aliens.

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Let's have a clip. I guess we're not going to be

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leaving now, right? I'm sorry, Newt. You don't have to be sorry. It wean

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your fault -- it wasn't your fault. Game over, man. What are we going

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to do? Maybe we could build a fire, and sing a couple of songs.

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better get back because it will be dark soon and they mostly come at

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That's weird. That's the only one of the five that isn't better than

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the original. The bar is set so high by that

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frans. Frans that franchise. It is a great film.

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I am a fan of Aliens Four. He loves anything four.

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Next up is Cate Shortand's, Lore. Laura starts the film in a place of

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surity. She is a national socialist. She is a Nazi child. Everything is

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hierarchical and she is an absolutist so it is either us or

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all the other people that don't matter. And then as the film or the

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story is - as it pro propels them through Germany, she has this

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struggle between her indoctrination and her sexuality and her emotions

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because she becomes attracted to And I really loved that about the

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story that you have this kind of love story in the middle of all

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this mayhem and that was one of the things that drew me to that story

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because I love the idea of falling in love with the person that you

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have been told is disgusting. When I first read the book, it was

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a new perspective on something I thought I knew and it was all the

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details and the intimacy rather than it being a big historical

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point of view, it was about family The biggest struggle was the

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material and looking at it from the perpetrators point of view or the

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children of perpetrators and you know, everybody was so afraid that

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we were going to make an apologist film and my husband's family are

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German Jews and they lived in 1937 so that gave me immense courage

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because they were with me every step of the way and believed in the

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Wal Lore begins at the point where the German down fall ends. You can

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trust no one. There is all the special powers, the film is about

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children and war. Lore is no exception. This family of kids go

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out to find safety safety at the same time they are trying to

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understand what their parents are responsible for. This film is a

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hugely impressive piece of cinema. It will not leave your head for a

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long time after the credits have rolled.

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You are right. What I wanted to say even if people are watching just

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that clip and it looks good, it is better than that. It is much better

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than that. What is extraordinary is what the director said, it is

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coming at it from a different point of view. We have seen films about

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this period in history before. The acting is phenomenal and her slow

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realisation that you can't stop watching it.

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Saskia Rosendahl is perfectly cast here and she has this prettiness

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and it is a great performance because she is a complex character

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to play. All the kids performances are great and we shouldn't take

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that for granted. The star is the cinema to go cinema Tographer.

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So the film is like like filled with horror and beauty right next

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to each other and that's a real achievement to do that. Cate

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Shortand the director hadn't made a film for for nine years and I only

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hope it is not nine years before the next.

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I agree. Lore is on limited nationwide release.

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A documentary about the future of film in the digital age.

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Are you done with film? Don't hold me to it, Keanu, but I think I am.

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We are going through a transition in cinema and the digital process.

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I think without digital video, I don't I would have been making

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movies. You have got to be a dude who operates machines to do this

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job. There isn't yet a superior or an

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equal image in technology to film, but we are being forced into

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transition. You can't shoot 3D on film so film has been dead in high

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heart. I hate 3D. The whole 3D fen on nem is a marketing scheme.

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thought I should call film on the phone and say I have met someone

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because this is the future. How do you use to tell a story? It is up

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to a film-maker. This film is glorious. It is a joy

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and such a pleasure in hearing these great film-makers talking

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about film. You have David Lynch and Danny Boyle.

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It sinks its teet into the gritty of movie making in -- it sinks its

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teeth into the nitty-gritty and says maybe time didn't stop in 1973.

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Maybe re-invention is as important as inhaven'ting things -- inventing

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things. The history of about things dying and things being born. If it

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it wasn't, we would be still watching shaky black and white

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films of trains pulling into stations.

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Keanu Reeves is cute. He is not over awed and B, it is not about

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him. He must be tempted to say, "They did that with me in this

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film." He is respectful of those he is interviewing. Most people

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whether they are proper film buffs or whether they love cinema l come

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into this film with an opinion and I swear to god, it might be flipped.

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That's right. It is a fascinating watch.

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There is more than directors going on here. You have editors and

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people from across the film making spectrum. The one group of people

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who aren't represented, there is not a single film critic there.

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They don't know the imagination to know what's possible.

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What's your film of the week? By Side and Lore.

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We're back at the same time next week and we'll be reviewing Cloud

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Atlas, Song For Marion and To The Wonder. Plus we preview the Oscars

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ahead of next Sunday night's ceremony. Playing us out tonight, A

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Place Beyond The Pines. It stars Ryan Gosling and is in cinemas in

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I am still his father. I can give him stuff.

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I am here to search your house. What for? I am looking for the

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money that you may have been given. This is your problem. This is our

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problem. I'm bringing it to your attention because that's what I

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In this episode, Bruce Willis decides it's a Good Day To Die Hard, Paul Rudd gets older in This is 40, there's a look at the world behind the camera in documentary Side by Side, and Saskia Rosendhal stars in Cate Shortland's Lore. Plus Catherine Bray reveals her top five sequels.


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