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Times are for today's films in London. Films marked (P) are also showing outside London.

THE BIG LEBOWSKI (18). Jeff Bridges and John Goodman star in this exhaustingly funny comedy from the Coen brothers. ABCs Panton St (0870 902 0404) 1.15 3.40 6.05 8.30; Odeons Camden (0181 315 4229) 12.35 3.20 6.00 9.05; Virgin Fulham (0870 907 0711) 1.30 4.10 7.00 9.30; Warner (0171 437 4343) 1.00 3.50 6.35 9.30 12.10. (P)

CITY OF ANGELS (12). See review, page 9. ABC Baker St (0870 9020418) 1.15 3.40 6.05 8.30, Tott Ct Rd (0870 902 0414) 1.15 3.55 6.35 9.20; Barbican (0171 638 8891) 3.00 8.40; Coronet (0171 727 6705) 3.00 6.00 8.40; Clap Pic Hse (0171 498 3323) 2.00 4.30 7.00 9.30; Odeons Camden (0181 315 4229) 12.50 3.30 6.10 8.45, Ken (0181 315 4214) 1.40 4.20 7.00 9.40, Marble Arch (0181 315 4216) 12.15 3.05 5.55 8.45; Ritzy (0171 733 2229) 1.50 4.15 6.40 9.10; Virgins Fulham (0870 907 0711) 1.30 5.30 8.20, Haymarket (0870 907 0712) 1.30 5.30 8.20; Warner (0171 437 4343) 12.40 1.40 3.15 4.10 5.50 6.40 8.30 9.20. (P)

DARK CITY (15). Alex Proyas's sci-fi noir has Rufus Sewell in the grip of an alien conspiracy. Virgin Troc (0870 907 0719) 4.45 7.00 9.20; Warner (0171 437 4343) 1.20 3.55 6.30 8.55. (P)

DECONSTRUCTING HARRY (18). Woody Allen's most horrible version of himself yet. ABC Swiss Centre (0870 902 0403) 1.10 3.20 6.10 8.40. (P)

DEEP IMPACT (12). Shoddy Armageddon flick, with Tea Leoni as CNN hackette. Empire (0990 888990) 3.10 5.50; Odeon Marble Arch (0181 315 4216) 12.10 3.15 6.05; Virgins Fulham (0870 907 0711) 12.30 3.25 6.10 8.55, Troc (0870 907 0716) 12.00 2.50 5.40 8.40; Whiteleys (0990 888990) 12.45 3.35 6.35 9.20. (P)

DREAM WITH THE FISHES (18). See review, page 9. Metro (0171 734 1506) 3.00 5.00 7.00 9.00. (P)

THE GRASS HARP (PG). Old fossils Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau star in this rites-of-passage tale set in the deep South. ABC Piccadilly (0171 287 4322) 1.20 3.40 6.00 8.30. (P)

THE LAST TIME I COMMITTED SUICIDE (15). See review, page 9. ABC Piccadilly (0171 287 4322) 1.35 3.50 6.10 8.45. (P)

LIVE FLESH (18). Almodovar transplants a Ruth Rendell thriller to Madrid in this full-blooded melodrama, in which much of the action is stylishly set between the sheets. Curzon Minema (0171 369 1723) 3.00 5.00 7.00 9.00; Metro (0171 734 1506) 2.00 4.15 6.30 8.45; Odeon Camden (0181 315 4229) 12.00 2.15 4.30 6.45 9.00; Ritzy (0171 733 2229) 6.30. (P)

LOLITA (18). Adrian Lyne's mournful reading of Vladimir Nabokov's novel will disappoint perverts and puritans alike. Virgin Haymarket (0870 907 0712) 8.15; Warner (0171 437 4343) 11.40 2.25 5.20 8.20. (P)

MARTHA - MEET FRANK, DANIEL AND LAWRENCE (15). An aristo, a mockney and an underachiever become infatuated by the same woman in Nick Hamm's screwball comedy. Odeon West End (0181 315 4221) 4.05 8.50; Virgin Chelsea (0870 907 0710) 1.15 3.45 6.45 9.15. (P).

RED CORNER. (15). Jon Avnet's horribly cliched thriller stars a more than usually smug Richard Gere as a prisoner of China's legal system. Plaza (0990 888990) 12.30 3.10 5.50 8.30; Virgin Fulham (0870 9070711) 2.10 5.20 8.30; Whiteleys (0990 888990) 4.10 7.00 9.25. (P)

REPLACEMENT KILLERS (18). Antoine Fuqua's slick action thriller with Mira Sorvino and Chow Yun-Fat on the run from a Triad boss. Virgins Troc (0870 9070716) 4.20 6.30 9.00; Whiteleys (0990 888990) 4.30 9.45. (P)

SAVIOR (18). See review, page 9. Virgin Fulham (0870 9070711) 2.00 4.30 7.10 9.15; Haymarket (0870 907 0712) 2.00 4.15 6.30 8.45.

SCREAM 2 (18). The post-modern slasher lives on in Wes Craven's sequel, starring Courteney Cox. Warner (0171 437 4343) 3.20 8.50. (P)

THE SCARLET TUNIC (12). Emma Fielding accepts a proposal from a mumbling John Sessions, and then immediately falls for a hairy Prussian in Stuart St Paul's weepie. ABC Shaftesbury Ave (0870 902 0402) 1.35 4.05 6.25 8.50. (P)

SLIDING DOORS (15). Gwyneth Paltrow sports opposing haircuts as she pursues alternative destinies in Peter Howitt's whimsical tale. ABCs Baker St (0870 902 0418) 1.20 3.40 6.10 8.40, Tott Ct Rd (0181 970 6032) 1.25 4.05 6.45 9.25; Empire (0990 888990) 1.00 3.20 5.40 8.00; Virgins Fulham (0870 907 0711) 2.30 5.55 8.40, Troc (0870 907 0716) 2.30 5.55 8.40; Whiteleys (0990 888990) 1.00 3.45 6.15 8.45. (P)

SOUL FOOD (15). George Tillman Jr's story of a family who settle their differences over cornbread, fried chicken and greens. 'Babette's Feast' it ain't. Ritzy (0171 733 2229) 6.45 9.15; Virgin Troc (0870 907 0716) 12.30 3.00 5.40 8.50; Warner (0171 437 4343) 12.50 3.40 6.20 9.00; Whiteleys (0990 888990) 12.50 3.40 6.20 9.00. (P)

WASHINGTON SQUARE (PG). Agnieszka Holland's adaptation of the Henry James novel, with Ben Chaplin as the fortune-hunter and Jennifer Jason Leigh as his victim. Chelsea (0171 351 3742) 1.10 3.40 6.10 8.40; Screens Baker St (0171 935 2772) 3.15 6.20 8.45; Virgin Haymarket (0870 907 0712) 12.45 3.15 5.45. (P)

WILD THINGS (18). Dubious date-rape comedy thriller, with Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell and Denise Richards in a menage-a-trois. Odeons Marble Arch (0181 315 4216) 12.10 3.15 5.35, West End (0181 315 4221) 1.20 6.20. (P)

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