ORANGE WEDNESDAY

Hello James, here’s our pick of the film releases for Wednesday 12 November
W.   
Starring: Josh Brolin, Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Banks
W.
Photo: Lionsgate

Oliver Stone gets the mix of drama and humour just right in this biopic of George W Bush, with Josh Brolin in the title role hitting a near-perfect balance of anger, frustration, comedy and (dare we say) intelligence.

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Let's Talk About The Rain   
Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnès Jaoui, Jamel Debbouze

This engaging comedy proves to be an intelligent and highly amusing exploration of family life and politics which combines oddball wit with engaging drama and numerous sharp and surprisingly pertinent observations on French social concerns.

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Let’s Talk About The Rain
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Quantum Of Solace

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Hunger

"An engrossing film and one that is not easy to forget!"
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"A challenging visceral experience from an incredible new talent!"
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Oliver Stone directs this fascinating Bush biopic - our film of the week, W. (Dubya). We also check out the lovely Edward Norton and Colin Farrell as NYPD cops in Pride and Glory, and inject some sassy class into the movie show with Easy Virtue starring Mrs Timberlake herself, Jessica Biel.

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