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(U) Jimmy Hayward, 91 mins Starring: Woody Harrelson, Owen Wilson, Dan Fogler

The Conversation: Sports presenter Mark Chapman on the Premier League, celebrities and taking over Match of the Day 2

You've started presenting Match of the Day 2 - how's it going?

DVD & Blu-ray review: End of Watch (15)

David Ayer DVD/Blu-ray (109mins)

The theme of the Natural History Museum's Night Safari changes for each event, meaning you can delve deeper into your favourite aspect of natural history

Love among the dino bones: a safari on Valentine's night

Museums at night have a certain romance and none more so than London's Natural History Museum, though romance may not be the most appropriate word when you are standing next to the gigantic dinosaur in the main hall. A drink next to the dinosaur is just the prologue to an imaginative bi-monthly evening that the museum has started. Called Night Safari, it involves small groups going to several rooms where they meet scientists who introduce them to the institution's most cherished animals, from Guy the Gorilla to a killer shark.

Directors William Faulkner,left, and Woody Allen, right

William vs Woody Allen as Faulkner estate sues director over two-line quote

Copyright action arising from a moment's dialogue in Midnight in Paris shows how carefully directors must tread

DVD: Midnight in Paris (12)

"Nostalgia is denial – denial of the painful present." Woody Allen's fixation with the past is explored in this magical-realist fantasy, his loveliest film for quite some time.

Zelig, 76 mins (PG) <br/> Hannah And Her Sisters, 103 mins (15)

What a treat this is - a double bill of two of Woody Allen’s finest films, both made in his mid-1980s prime.

DVD: Hall Pass (15)

Any shred of credibility that Owen Wilson once had is obliterated by this deeply unfunny comedy from the Farrelly brothers. Sex-starved best pals Rick (Wilson) and Fred (Jason Sudeikis) are anxious that their marriages have gone stale.

Hall Pass (15)

Starring: Owen Wilson, Christina Applegate

How Do You Know (12A)

Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, Jack Nicholson

DVD: Winter's Bone (15)

Chances are that Missouri's tourist board won't be endorsing Debra Granik's nerve-racking slice of Midwest American gothic anytime soon.

Meet The Parents: Little Fockers (12A)

Starring: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman

Last Night's TV: Beeny's Restoration Nightmare/Channel 4<br />Meet the Parents/E4<br />The Beauty of Diagrams/BBC4

Gawd! What a disaster. Time of economic crisis, etc etc and poor old Sarah Beeny is having problems with her stately home. How. Do. Some. People. Cope. Honestly: there's 97 rooms and everything. It's just too tough. OK, OK, enough with the jibes. Let's be serious. This is a woman in suffering – albeit in a peculiarly privileged, property-and-a-half-owning kind of way. "This is costing a fortune," Beeny pleaded. "It could easily take us down." And so, the plan: to renovate the Hall – bought seven years ago but not, apparently, all that lived in – and rent it out to weddings and parties. Just like Property Ladder, except with higher ceilings (not to say stakes.)

How did all that movie talent crash?

Ten years ago Owen Wilson, Wes Anderson, Spike Jonze and others promised to revitalise US cinema. As Wilson's latest gets a mauling, Ben Walsh laments their recent record of stinkers

Marmaduke, Tom Dey, 88 mins, (U)

Starring voices of Owen Wilson, Kiefer Sutherland

Bradley Cooper: 'There's been plenty of rejection'

He's served his time on the bit-part circuit &ndash; but now it seems that The Hangover is heralding a new dawn for Bradley Cooper
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Turkey-Kurdish conflict: Obama's deal with Ankara is a betrayal of Syrian Kurds and may not even weaken Isis

US betrayal of old ally brings limited reward

Since the accord, the Turks have only waged war on Kurds while no US bomber has used Incirlik airbase, says Patrick Cockburn
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