Friday, 3rd July 2020

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DVD New releases & TV programs

DVD New releases & TV programs

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Firewall Cert 12
Harrison Ford, Virginia Madsen, Paul Bettany Jack Stanfield
(Harrison Ford) is an average family man in Seattle who heads up a  hi-tech security team at his local bank. JackÂ’s life is turned upside-down following a seemingly trivial case of identity theft, he discovers that his wife (Virginia Madsen) and two children have been kidnapped. The
kidnappers, led by Bill Cox (Paul Bettany) demand a ransom of 100 million dollars, which they want Jack to obtain for them via his expert
computer skills. Initially compliant, Jack soon decides
to fight back....

Capote Cert 15
Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, Clifton Collins Jr.
In November 1959, the shocking murder of a smalltown Kansas family captures the imagination of Truman Capote, famed author of Breakfast at TiffanyÂ’s. With his childhood friend Harper Lee, writer of soon to be published To Kill a Mockingbird, Capote sets out to investigate, winning
over the locals despite his flamboyant appearance and style. When he forms a bond with the killers and their execution date nears, the writing of In Cold Blood, a book that will change the course of American literature, takes a drastic toll on capote, changing him in a way he never imagined.

Syriana Cert 15
George Clooney, Amanda Peet, Matt Damon Stephen GaghanÂ’s.
Syriana follows the multi-plot narrative of his previous films such as Oscar winner for Best Screenplay “Traffic” and “Crash” did so well. Syriana is an espionage thriller set in the Middle East and told in four independent parts. George Clooney stars as Bob Barnes, a long-time CIA agent preparing to slow down his life and spend more time with his teenage son (Max Minghella). But his last secret mission, getting rid of Prince Nasir (Alexander Siddig), turns out to be more complicated than he imagined, placing him in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy involving government corruption, oil, and international terrorism. Matt Damon plays Bryan Woodman, an energy man whose ethics become vulnerable after the horrific loss of one of his sons. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., lawyers Bennett Holiday (Jeff rey Wright) and Dean Whiting (Christopher Plummer) also must choose between the government’s special interests and what’s best for the world (as well as their own special interests). While a little over-indulgent in its complexity it is riddled with tension enhancing scenes. The acting and direction is superb but be warned half the fi lm is subtitled, adding to the realism. Syriana at no times dumbs down or glosses over the arguments about oil politics.


V for Vendetta Cert15
Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving, John Hurt, Stephen Fry
Set against the futuristic landscape of a totalitarian Britain, V for Vendetta tells the story of a mild-mannered young woman named Evey
(Natalie Portman) who is rescued from a life-and-death situation by a masked man (Hugo Weaving) known only as “V”. Incomparably
charismatic and ferociously skilled in the art of combat and deception, V ignites a revolution when he urges his fellow citizens to rise up against tyranny and oppression. As Evey uncovers the truth about VÂ’s
mysterious background, she also discovers the truth about herself – and emerges as his unlikely ally in the culmination of his plan to bring freedom and justice back to a society fraught with cruelty and corruption.

In a mans world - Cert 15
Ronnie Caird, Lee Hutcheon, Nico Hutcheon
Based on a true life account of survival on the streets of gang land in Scotland, this gritty emotional tale charts the progress of four  treetwise
youngsters in search of a golden passport to take them to a brighter future... While not a big budget blockbuster the film gives an honest portrait of young Scots growing up in the city of Aberdeen and a true
gritty realisation of what life on those cold streets can be like.



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