Monday 27 December 1999
Director: Les Mayfield
Starring: Martin Lawrence, Luke Wilson
A strutting action-comedy in the Simpson-Bruckheimer vein, Blue Streak turns an indulgent camera on Lawrence's wisecracking jewel- thief. A film with nothing new to say, and a noisy way of saying it.
West End: Odeon Camden Town, Odeon Kensington, Odeon Marble Arch, Odeon Swiss Cottage, Ritzy Cinema, UCI Whiteleys, Virgin Chelsea, Virgin Trocadero, Warner West End And local cinemas
DOGMA (15, 125 mins)
Director: Kevin Smith
Starring: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck
Dogma tackles a sprawling canvas of life, the universe and everything. A slipshod, rollicking, yet sporadically charming comedy.
West End: Clapham Picture House, Notting Hill Coronet, Odeon Camden Town, Odeon Kensington, Odeon Swiss Cottage, Ritzy Cinema, Screen on Baker St, UCI Whiteleys, Virgin Fulham Rd, Virgin Haymarket, Virgin Trocadero, Warner Village West End
And local cinemas
MUPPETS FROM SPACE (U, 88 mins)
Director: Tim Hill
Starring: David Arquette, Andie MacDowell
In which the crooked-beaked Gonzo discovers that he is an alien from outer-space and his Fuzzy Felt cohorts jiggle in time to various musical interludes.
West End: Clapham Picture House, Odeon Camden Town, Odeon Kensington, Odeon Marble Arch, Odeon Swiss Cottage, Ritzy Cinema, UCI Whiteleys, Virgin Chelsea, Virgin Trocadero, Warner Village West End And local cinemas
MYSTERY MEN (PG, 122 mins)
Director: Kinka Usher
Starring: Ben Stiller, William H Macy
When the preening superhero Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) is foiled by his arch nemesis (Geoffrey Rush), the Mystery Men - a raggle-taggle troupe of Walter Mitty types - seize their shot at glory. Usher's comic- book spoof ambles merrily on its way, buoyed by bold, primary-coloured design and genial playing.
West End: Empire Leicester Square, Virgin Trocadero And local cinemas
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