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Marie Antoinette (12A) Everyone remembers Marie Antoinette’s catchphrase “let them eat cake”, but we prefer her lesser known bon mot “you can shove that guillotine up your ass”.
The Queen (12A) Helen Mirren manages to keep her clothes on, you say? Give the lady a Bafta!
World Trade Center (12A) Nic ‘camel face’ Cage saves a buncha people from a knackered skyscraper, with just the aid of a dodgy ‘tache. And Jesus.
The Queen (12A) See Plymouth Arts Centre for our, ahem, in-depth review.
Little Miss Sunshine (15) No, it’s not the Ann Widdecombe story – it’s actually a pretty funny road movie, in a Daytrippers stylee. For once, the phrase about too many kooks doesn’t apply.
Breaking And Entering (15) Jude Law indulges in a spot of ‘breaking and entering’ (getting his end away – Film Studies Ed) in the Big Smoke.
Oooh, quelle edgy.
Casino Royale (12A) Featuring Daniel Craig getting whacked repeatedly in the bollocks by a sadistic torturer with a bit of rope. One for all the family then.
The Squid And The Whale (15) Featuring a prepubescent boy jerking off into his hand and wiping cum over some library books. One for all the family… (you’re fired – Captn)
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