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FILM / Mastering the past: The Big Picture: Adam Mars-Jones on Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence
Friday 28 January 1994
Martin Scorsese's splendid film of The Age of Innocence (U) shows a great director reformulating a much imitated style (there were signs in Cape Fear of even Scorsese imitating it) for a softer subject, an artist tackling an unfamiliar milieu and emerging refreshed from the collision. Scorsese without the dynamism, his love of energy for its own sake, would be unthinkable, but here his dynamism is subtler, altered to suit a world where confrontation hardly exists and everything is done by indirection.
FILM / The films of 1994: Twenty films to watch out for in the new year, selected by Catriona O'Shaughnessy
Friday 31 December 1993
The Age of Innocence Martin Scorsese's lavish adaptation of Edith Wharton's novel about aristocratic New Yorkers in the 1870s stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder, Michelle Pfeiffer. 28 Jan
FILM / Tears in the cinema, men in the dock: Jim Sheridan claims In the Name of the Father, his 'Guildford Four' film, is about fathers and sons not injustice. But Sheila Johnston, in Dublin for the world premiere - along with Gerry Conlon, Daniel Day-Lewis, Emma Thompson, U2 and the odd supermodel - found the politics impossible to ignore
Monday 20 December 1993
You would be forgiven for missing the fact that a major world premiere is in progress. True, a smallish crowd is gathered before Dublin's Savoy Cinema, but most locals are busier at the Burger Kings and Body Shops and all the other places that detain people on a late shopping night just before Christmas. No spotlights caress the cinema facade. Across the way, a solemn little knot bears candles and a banner: 'Free the Ballymurphy Seven' 'Who?' asks somebody.
Sunday 21 March 1993
THE Virgin Megastores have a special offer at the moment on 50 films on video - they are only pounds 7.99 apiece. Titles include Blue Velvet, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Monty Python's Life of Brian, Edward Scissorhands, Miller's Crossing, Betty Blue, Dangerous Liaisons, Raging Bull, the Mad Max trilogy, and Reversal of Fortune. The offer runs until 2 April at all 18 Megastores.
Monday 01 February 1993
EMMA THOMPSON and Kenneth Branagh reinforced their position as the first couple in British cinema and possessors of the most crowded mantelpiece after winning two of the top British film awards last night.
Friday 22 January 1993
Sir: I find it ironic that one of the passages selected for comprehension in the English examination for 14-year-olds this summer is Christy Brown's My Left Foot.
Sunday 27 December 1992
A YEAR of disappointments began with the sad news that Oliver Stone had not solved the murder of John F Kennedy. Stone himself may think otherwise, having boiled the suspects down to the CIA, the Mafia and half the US government. Other dud solutions: Barbra Streisand cracking the code of Nick Nolte's childhood in Prince of Tides, Bridget Fonda doing the same to Jennifer Jason Leigh in Single White Female, and Batman making a hash of the Penguin case. That movie should have been Bat v Cat, and no holds barred.
Saturday 05 December 1992
Saturday 31 October 1992
It's what you call a walk-off part. Julia Roberts, the hottest young actress in the west, stamped her little feet and flew home from Pinewood 12 days ago, shutting down a film called Shakespeare in Love. Roberts was to play an actress pretending to be Romeo (it's a Tom Stoppard screenplay) and an uncast male lead was to play the Bard falling madly in love with her. Why the walk- out? The one man she insisted play Will decided he wouldn't. No Daniel Day- Lewis, no flick.
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