FILM: FILM CHOICE
Sunday 12 September 1999
Wes Anderson's film about an unusually committed high-school student is touching, peculiar and hilarious. A critical hit.
YELLOW SUBMARINE (U)
A re-issue of the 31-year-old Beatles vehicle that the band wanted nothing to do with. The opening sequence is heart-stoppingly affecting.
OPENING THIS WEEK
THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER (18)
John Travolta stars in a patchily received thriller.
Anthony Hopkins plays another warped psychiatrist.
DROP DEAD GORGEOUS (15)
All-girl black comedy starring Ellen Barkin and Kirstie Alley.
BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE (15)
Serbian refugee drama, premiered in Cannes to rave reviews.
LA WITHOUT A MAP (15)
Julie Delpy and Vincent Gallo in a comedy stab at relationships in LA.
THE TRENCH (SOMME) (15)
British-made First World War film. AQ
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Five-year-old Iris Grace is raising awareness of autism through her extraordinary paintings
- 2 Expert urges cat lovers to own just one animal each
- 3 Sainsbury's '50p challenge' poster telling staff to encourage customers to spend more placed in shop window instead of staff room
- 4 Yes, the iPhone 6 is a miracle, but it's Apple's tax affairs that deserve a double take
- 5 Car tax disc changes: Two days to go - and they affect you much more than just not displaying a piece of paper
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