Critics Chioce: Film
Sunday 02 May 1999
Bernardo Bertolucci's film, with Thandie Newton and David Thewlis.
Message in a Bottle (12)
Kevin Costner and Robin Wright Penn are brought together by a love letter stuffed in a discarded bottle.
Todd Solondz's suburban epic.
Return to Paradise (15)
Joaquin Phoenix stars as a young American sentenced to death for drug offences in Malaysia.
High Art (18)
Lisa Cholodenko's brilliant debut, starring Ally Sheedy.
Opening on Friday
Black Cat, White Cat (15)
Emir Kusturica (Underground, Arizona Dream) returns.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (18)
We're still ripping-off America's slasher-fixated youth.
Forces of Nature (12)
Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck in an iffy love story.
Winner of Best Film at the 1998 Venice Film Festival.
To mark Tolstoy's 186th birthdaybooks
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 British tourists 'murdered' in Thailand: Pair's bloodied bodies found naked on Koh Tao beach
- 2 Vivienne Westwood says 'Yes' to Scottish Independence by declaring: 'I hate England'
- 3 Welcome to Cameroon, where drinking Baileys can lead to imprisonment
- 4 Lego breaks out of the toy box and heads for the gallery
- 5 Vogue under fire for 'Big Booty' article
Fifty Shades of Grey movie: New picture of Anastasia Steele unveiled
X Factor 2014 review: Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole clash over Rouge Kiss
Lego breaks out of the toy box and heads for the gallery
Exhibit B: 'Racist' human zoo installation criticised by protesters outside the Barbican
Doctor Who, Listen, review: Possibly Steven Moffat's most terrifying episode
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
£23m Birmingham cycle scheme is attacked by Tory councillor for not catering to the elderly
Salmond accused of laughing off national debt with ‘what are they going to do: invade?’ joke