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Windtalkers

John Woo’s film tells the story of the Navajo ‘code-talkers’ and their forgotten role in the war in the Pacific. Sam Connolly reports

 

 

Hollywood Notes
Mike Myers meets Dr Seuss, Arnie shows no sign of giving up and Billy Jack gets ready to ride again

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Road to Perdition

Road to Perdition

Tom Hanks plays a bad guy on a hiding to hell. Or does he? Max Levant discovers nothing is that simple in Sam Mendes’ new film

K-19: The Widowmaker

K-19: The Widowmaker

In 1961, a Soviet submarine nearly triggered a nuclear war. Eleanor Singer on a film about the heroes who prevented this from happening

The House on Turk Street

The House on Turk Street

Bob Rafelson’s new movie is part film noir, part romantic comedy… and all Rafelson. Hal Hayes goes to where the sidewalk ends

One Hour Photo

One Hour Photo

One thing’s for sure: there won’t be any Sy Parrish dolls in the toy stores this autumn. Dick Niro on Robin Williams’ unusual new role



 
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