Film Diary 2005 July

Friday 1st July

War Of The Worlds
Spielberg! Cruise! Martians! What's not to love?
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Imaginary Heroes
Sigourney Weaver and Jeff Daniels head a seemingly perfect family unravelling fast in the US suburbs. This year's American Beauty?
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The United States Of Leland
Ryan Gosling is a troubled teen sent to a detention centre in this star-filled drama. Kevin Spacey, Don Cheadle and, er Chris Klein round out the cast.
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Friday 8th July

The Descent
An all-female caving trip turns nasty in the latest horror from Brit director Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers).
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Friday 15th July

Wedding Crashers
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn play two dedicated womanizers who crash nuptials to pull the ladies.
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Chris Rock and Ben Stiller lend their voices to this animation, about a group of liberated zoo animals going back into the wild.
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Friday 22nd July

Fantastic Four
Another Marvel comicbook adaptation, with Jessica Alba, Ioan Gruffudd, Michael Chiklis, and Chris Evans playing the fab four of the superhero world.
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Kicking & Screaming
Will Ferrell stars as a reluctant little league footy coach who goes up against the team coached by his competitive Dad (Robert Duvall). Jesse Dylan - American Wedding helmer and son of Bob - is in the director's seat.
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Dark Water
The Motorcycle Diaries director Walter Salles and Jennifer Connolly remake Hideo Nakata's chilling Japanese horror movie set in a spooky block of flats.
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Silver City
Chris Connolly plays a Dubya clone in another political potboiler from indie legend John Sayles.
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Friday 29th July

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Second big-screen version of Roald Dahl's kids' classic, starring Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. Tim Burton directs.
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The Skeleton Key
Brit helmer Iain Softley directs Kate Hudson in a thriller set in a spooky home of an elderly couple.
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All film dates are subject to change       Last updated 27th July 2005.
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