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Listen to the Interview
Richard Gere plays a big shot lawyer who uses the 'old razzle-dazzle' to get his client Renee Zellwegger off a murder charge. He talks to Joe Cornish about Buddhism, playing the villain and the fact that he doesn't really like musicals.
WHAT SHOULD BOND DO NEXT?
A few weeks ago Back Row asked you to send in your ideas for what James Bond should do next and you responded in large numbers. We took some of your ideas and added some of our own to create a dramatisation of a cutting edge contemporary Bond film we're calling - 'Ann Diamonds Are Forever'.
THE MOVIE-GOING EXPERIENCE.
We're conducting a survey into movie-going experiences. We'd like to hear about the most unusual, wonderful, or extreme places you've ever watched a film. Email us at email@example.com.
CGI effects are a standard ingredient in any blockbuster, with computerised planets, cities and characters. Back Row investigates CGI with Dominic Parker, Head of Film Animation at British effects house Framestore CFC, who were responsible for the snake-like Basilisk in the new Harry Potter, and critic Ian Nathan
BACK ROW RECOMMENDS.
In the multiplex:
Dirty Pretty Things
In the art-house:
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
Singing in the Rain
Win a two-disc special edition of 'Singin' in the Rain', starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds.
Win a copy of Charlotte Chandler's book on Billy Wilder, 'Nobody's Perfect'.