Video: This week's releases
Sunday 04 September 1994
Malice (15). Silly-but-fun thriller in which Nicole Kidman and Bill Pullman play a dream couple whose life is turned upside down by the arrival of his old mate, Alec Baldwin, a doctor. Baldwin hams deliriously - just the right note for this hokum. It's hard to take the medical ethics seriously: with so many red herrings about, everything smells fishy.
The Ballad of Little Jo (15). Suzy Amis is outstanding as the woman who poses as a man to survive in the West.
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A Bronx Tale (18). De Niro's directorial debut, a gentle gangster story.
Citizen Kane (U). Welles's legendary study of American legend-making - with a mediocre documentary tacked on.
The Age of Innocence (U). Scorsese's gorgeous take on Wharton's tale of suffocation.
The Remains of the Day (U). Hopkins's superb portrayal of a butler's stifled soul.
Fortunes of War (15). Ken and Emma in a classic serial.
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Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
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