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Magic Magic Film Review

A disturbing Polanski-esque psychological horror with stunning sound design, starring Juno Temple.
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The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug Film Review
Martin Freeman undergoes the second leg of his journey.

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Daniel Radcliffe Interview
The talks about his time working on Kill Your Darlings, which is out on DVD soon.

Local Cambridge Cinema Listings

Tom Cruise and Rosamund Pike star in one of the biggest cinema releases of recent years.
Grabbers
Richard Coyle and Ruth Bradley set in creature feature that's sure to scare cinema goers.
One of the most eagerly anticipated cinema releases finally arrives, with Martin Freeman the eponymous hero.
Yann Martel's 2001 novel gets the cinema treatment, with Ang Lee at the directorial reigns.
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters
The fairy tale gets a spin off, with a dark take hitting the cinema screens.
3D cinema never looked as good as this family friendly take on Tinkerbell.
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01 Sabotage (tbc)

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam Worthington, Terrence H...

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02 Paddington (tbc)

Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Sally Hawkins

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03 The Maze Runner (tbc)

Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Will Poulter

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04 Blue Ruin (tbc)

Macon Blair, Devin Ratray, Amy Hargreaves

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05 The Fault in all Our Stars (tbc)

Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Willem Dafoe

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Cambridge Cinema Lowdown

Catch the trailer for the eagerly anticipated cinema release from the producers of Little Miss Sunshine.
Chasing Ice
Fans of documentaries will love the cinema release of this fascinating climate change piece.

What's On - Cinema & Film

Where
Saffron Screen
When
3pm, 31st October 2010
Cost
£3.50 - £6
Where
Arts Picturehouse
When
27th November 2010
Cost
£50 - £70
Where
Vue Cinema Cambridge
When
2pm, 15th November 2010 and 6.15pm, 16th November 2010
Cost
£10

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Film of the Week

The Conjuring (15)

Hugely enjoyable, genuinely scary horror flick that provides a welcome throwback to classic 1970s chillers, thanks to impeccable production design, a superb script, powerfully atmospheric direction, intense set-pieces and terrific performances.

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Noah Baumbach Interview

The Frances Ha director discusses co-writing the script with Greta Gerwig, shooting against the backdrop of New York and the real lives of the city’s people, Greta Gerwig’s performance, the music in the film and the picture's visual style.