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If Garry Giddins expresses doubts about the cinematic isolation imposed by the DVD, there is no denying the assiduity of his viewing. After discussing a 13-disc collection of films made by John Ford for Warner Bros, he scrutinises the "21-disc salute" of the boxed set called Ford at Fox.

Hodd, By Adam Thorpe

Ridley Scott might have reinvented Robin Hood for the 9/11 age, but in the revisionist hands of Adam Thorpe, "Robert Hodd" was little more than a common thief living by a weird set of home-brewed libertarian beliefs. It is Thorpe's somewhat complicated conceit that he has come across the early 20th-century translation of the memoirs of an elderly monk, who as a 14-year-old minstrel, was captured by Hodd and taken to live in the "thick wild forest".

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Robbed of all his merriment

First Night: Robin Hood, Cannes Film Festival

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British-US film: The special relationship

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Studios' profits fall despite classic year

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Hollywood wizards: Fairy tales and the box office

The big studios are relying on remakes of classic fantasies to boost film audiences in 2010

Pandora: Book will 'find out why Bercow is so loathed'

It was only a matter of time. John Bercow's election as Speaker provoked pantomime boos from many within his own, Conservative, party. (Metaphorical, of course.)

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Red Riding, the dark quartet of novels about police corruption in 70s and 80s Yorkshire that were turned into an addictive television mini-series, is now set to be reborn for global audiences as a Hollywood film.

Aliens in the Attic (PG)

A pleasant, inconsequential movie about resourceful kids fighting off an alien invasion in suburban Michigan.

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