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Centurion: Interview with Neil Marshall, part 1

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Tue, 20/04/2010 - 06:24

Centurion is an action thriller set during the war between Roman soldiers and Pict tribesmen during the 2nd century Roman conquest of Britain, and stars Michael Fassbender, Dominic West and Olga Kurylenko. Screenjabber.com caught up with writer/director Neil Marshall for a chat about the film.

•  Read our review of Centurion

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Armchair Viewing: Cypher (2002)

Posted by Justin Bateman | Mon, 19/04/2010 - 22:04

Trust No One.

What's it about?
Recently unemployed accountant Morgan Sullivan (Jeremy Northam) takes a job involving corporate espionage. But he soon begins to get nightmares and headaches, and when he meets a woman from a competing company, Rita Foster (Lucy Liu), life starts to become very confusing indeed
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New poster for Ridley Scott's Robin Hood

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Mon, 19/04/2010 - 15:16

Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe step out of Gladiator's coliseum and into Sherwood Forest in just under a month when Universal Pictures' long-awaited Robin Hood arrives in cinemas. Today we bring you a brand new poster for the film featuring Crowe in all his horseback glory as the man who steals from the rich and gives to the poor.

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Armchair Viewing: The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

Posted by Justin Bateman | Mon, 19/04/2010 - 12:07

By Toby Weidmann.

"You're in a big puddle of shit, Pamela, and you don't have the shoes for it."

What's it about?
Ace super assassin Jason Bourne is forced out of retirement when a Russian hitman tries to take him out only to kill his girlfriend Marie instead. He soon uncovers an international plot involving spies, murdered diplomats, Russian Mafia and embezzled millions.

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Tonight's Terrestrial Telly Tips

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Mon, 19/04/2010 - 08:07

If you switch on tonight, you'll have a choice mostly of history or food. And if you opt for the former, then don't miss Blitz Street (C4, 9pm), which is real Boys' Own stuff. Presenter Tony Robinson presides over this four-part series in which they build a row of typical prewar terraces and then subject them to the same thing the Luftwaffe did. Cue lots of explosions coupled with eyewitness accounts of the sheer terror of being bombed by the enemy. It could be construed as slightly tasteless but the slo-mo close-ups of the damage WW2 bombs did is weirdly compelling. I'm not sure it's worth a full four hours but the opener is certainly interesting.

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Armchair Viewing: WarGames (1983)

Posted by Justin Bateman | Sun, 18/04/2010 - 10:21

"Let's play Global Thermonuclear War."

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?
Teenage computer nerd David (Matthew Broderick) hacks into a government system and passing up the opportunity for a nice game of chess, starts playing a game of war. Except that the computer he's playing hasn't been programmed to differentiate between a game and reality and unless something can be done to stop it, World War III appears to be on the cards.

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Date Night: London press conference

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sun, 18/04/2010 - 09:48

Steve Carell, Tina Fey and director Shawn Levy were in London town talking up their highly enjoyable new film, Date Night. The press conference took place at swanky Claridges and Screenjabber's Doug Cooper was there to hear their entertaining and funny views on the making of the movie, the amusing out-takes not featured in the final cut, their worst dates and much much more.

Listen to the press conference and be charmed by them all over again. They're great company ...

Read our review of Date Night

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This weekend's Terrestrial Telly Tips

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Sat, 17/04/2010 - 14:48

SATURDAY

Doctor Who (BBC1, 6.30pm): Tonight's episode is a Blitz special starring Churchill and some retro, khaki-coloured Daleks with Nazi origins. This has all the hallmarks of a Blytonesque romp, with its knowing nods and derring do. The only ingredient missing is the lashings of ginger beer. Smith and Gillan have settled in brilliantly so far - Victory of the Daleks should cement the tone of the rest of this series.

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Armchair Viewing: Back To The Future (1985)

Posted by Justin Bateman | Sat, 17/04/2010 - 11:40

"What the hell is a gigawatt?!"

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?
After a time travel experiment goes wrong, Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) ends up in 1955. Being hit by a car sets off a chain of events which put his very existence into jeopardy. Meanwhile, with the help of the eccentric but brilliant Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd), he must find a way of getting back to 1985 before he runs out of time.

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Screenjabber Pubcast: Ghosts, cemeteries and organ reposession

Posted by Stuart OConnor | Fri, 16/04/2010 - 13:20

Join Justin Bateman, Doug Cooper and Stuart O'Connor as we enjoy a pint and chat about the brilliant The Ghost, the very good Cemetery Junction and the not great Repo Men. Plus on TV we discuss HBO's epic The Pacific, and celebrate South Park's 200th episode ...

You can listen to and download the podcast here – or subscribe to it on iTunes ... plus you can also follow us on Twitter, or join us on Facebook.

We'd love your feedback too, please. After having a listen, please come back here and post your comments below.

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