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they are in the letter, in malta. it should not cause them to many problems. scotland are playing with much more on their match with lithuania. we also have the latest from the wales and northern ireland camps. it is also the start of the domestic rugby union season. the new match in the pro 14. the premiership this weekend. that is all coming up on sports day. now, it is time for the film review. hello and welcome to the film review on bbc news. to take us through this week's cinema releases is james king. so james, what do we have this week? there has been murdered in the east
end in the limehouse golem. a new jersey girl thing she is the unlikely saviour of hip—hop in patti ca kes. unlikely saviour of hip—hop in patti cakes. and he said i'll be back and now he is. big arnie returns in the sd rerelease of terminator 2. he did warn us, didn't he? we will save the best for last. bill nighy yours a big draw. what did you make of it? yelling at a big fan. this is set in victorian era london. a big fan. a thriller about a murderer on the loose. a police detective who is charged with tracking down the serial killer, the limehouse golem. here he is in action. what are you looking for?
i am just looking. trying to understand. golem's a madman. what else is there to be understood? even madness has its own logic. here there is none. at ratcliffe highway who slaughtered a household. the previous week a prostitute, alice stanton. before that solomon, an old man. oh, my god! it's dennis. yes. laid upon the open pages of a book on jewish folklore — like a bookmark. the legend of the golem. is that how the press got the name?
i found it very gripping. it was 90w i found it very gripping. it was gory in parts. it has a thriller rather than a horror film. gory in parts. it has a thriller rather than a horrorfilm. for me it was all about the past. to be honest, i would watch any of those reactors in anything anyway. three of my favourite actors. olivia cook is good as is douglas booth. what is going on in this film is an undercurrent to the murder story, that thriller. really it is a film about performance. it is about how performance was so about performance. it is about how performance was so important at this time in the musicals but alsojust people in their everyday lives. there are people in this movie you are putting on a mask every day and playing roles. then there is the golem himself, the serial killer the warped performer who wants recognition. when you have that undercurrent running through the movie, it gives the cast something veryjuicy to sink their teeth into. it isa
veryjuicy to sink their teeth into. it is a very seductive world. very rich, very seductive. that is a great thing to watch at the movies as well. jane goldman adapted the book originally. she has done a very good job. there is a lot of plot going on in there. she has done a greatjob of going on in there. she has done a great job of streamlining going on in there. she has done a greatjob of streamlining it, drip feeding information. the penny dropped just the right moment. i was big fan. patti cakes, didn't it have a lot of praise at sundance? sometimes you get films which cross over. fox would love this to be a big crossover. it is about a girl from newjersey who leads a very downbeat life. dreams of making it big in the rap world, in hip—hop. danielle macdonald, an australian actress actually. it is very funny
and charming but it does not quite know what it wants to be. sometimes it is very kitsch and camp. reminded mea it is very kitsch and camp. reminded me a bit of hairspray. that is a great film, great fun. sometimes this film then gets serious and wa nts to this film then gets serious and wants to make a ul and social points and goes eight miles and eminem, the opposite route. the problem is it is six of one and half a dozen of the other. the music is great. i like that it other. the music is great. i like thatitis other. the music is great. i like that it is quite subversive, but in this overweight white girl in the world of hip—hop. shaking things up quite a lot. i'm not sure whether it quite a lot. i'm not sure whether it quite knows whether it is long, deep oi’ quite knows whether it is long, deep or serious. it is an unsettled mix of the two. it does not quite know what it wants to be that she is one
to watch? very charismatic. look out for her. i said we were to save the best till last. terminator 2, so good they have brought it back decades later. 26 years later, in sd. someone would say schwarzenegger's acting was barely into dealer to learn sd. james cameron, the director who had success cameron, the director who had success with titanic has the same tea m success with titanic has the same team to do the same thing with terminator 2. let's have look at a classic scene. keep it under 65. we don't want to be pulled over. affirmative. no, no. you've got to listen to the way people talk. you don't say affirmative. or something like that. you say, no problemo. if someone comes up to you with an attitude, you say eat me. and if you want to shine them on, it's hasta la vista, baby. hasta la vista, baby.
or if someone gets upset, you say chill out. or you could do combinations. chill out. i had almost forgotten that phrase but now it is back to haunt us all. is there a point to this question he has reworked it for the bid is all in sd. do we need to see it? has reworked it for the bid is all in 3d. do we need to see it?|j has reworked it for the bid is all in sd. do we need to see it? i saw in 3d. do we need to see it? i saw it when it came out on the big screen. i waited a long time that just seeing it on the big screen, forget that the reedy element. it is amazing. it is this movie of awesome sentences. —— the sd element. it is great to see one of the great action
heroes of all time on the screen. maybe you have never seen it on the big screen for that this is why it isa big screen for that this is why it is a great opportunity to catch up with terminator 2. some of the special effects do look a little bit creepy now. james cameron has admitted that. the movie has such power, it is so gutsy, so full of bravado that it does still pack a punch. he may be very young and not even born when it was first released. maybe there is a whole new audience for that. will they look and think it is all dated will stop in 1991 this was the most expensive film of all time for the even know it is old now it still holds up because they put so much into it when it first came out. worth having a look at if you have never seen it before. you forget how expensive it was. best out? detroit. a tough movie to watch. based on true events in detroit 50 years ago actually.
fatal events of one night in the city. it is doing ok business in the uk at the moment. like to see it do better. perhaps we have had ourfill of intensity with dunkirk. people just can't handle another tough, intense true story at the cinema. is worth seeing. look out for will poulter who is fantastic. directed by kathryn bigelow. he was married to james cameron when he did terminator 2. i hope it does better at the cinema. it deserves to. absolutely. dvd... something to lift us. absolutely. dvd... something to lift us. if you don't want all the dark and bleak. something very funny and silly to lift us all. this is a comedy about an out of work actor he was big in a tv detective show in the 805. then he gets a call from the 805. then he gets a call from the police saying there is a
criminal on the loose who is obsessed with the old tv show, mindhorn. we needed to get back into gather and help us 5olve mindhorn. we needed to get back into gather and help us solve the crime. some very funny gags gather and help us solve the crime. some very funny gag5 in this about acting and tv detectives. lot5 some very funny gag5 in this about acting and tv detectives. lots of references to john nettle5. acting and tv detectives. lots of references to john nettles. lots of references to john nettles. lots of references about bergerac. done with affection. steve coogan i5 references about bergerac. done with affection. steve coogan is involved in it. a producer and co—5tar. elements of alan partridge. he was another minor celebrity who was down on his luck. even though you are laughing, it is done with respect for the genres it is taking the make out. that is the key. some people felt it was almost like a series of tv 5ketche5 sewn together to make a film. the" it are an absolute tv 5ketche5 sewn together to make a film. the" it are an ab5olutejoy. i did not know that bit. that is a good tip. that will lift us all. thank you. lovely to see you. thank
you very much, james king, with all your pointer5 a5 you very much, james king, with all your pointer5 as to what you might like to see this week. that's it for this week though. thanks for watching. enjoy whatever you might see over the next few days. goodbye. plenty of sunny 5pell i5 plenty of sunny 5pell is out there today. some of us have had threatening 5kies. thi5 today. some of us have had threatening 5kies. this picture from north yorkshire. stretching down into east anglia. over the past few hours we have seen a few thundery showers getting going. still fairly isolated but still the chance going into this evening you may find herself underneath one of these. going on into the night as well is that they may edge down towards the london area. eventually they will fade away as the night goe5 london area. eventually they will fade away as the night goes on. the rest of the uk had clear skies. the
contrast between temperatures in town5 contrast between temperatures in towns and city centres and the countryside. it did a few degrees. some spots will end up in closing overfigures. some spots will end up in closing over figures. clo5e some spots will end up in closing over figures. close to freezing going into saturday morning. we'll start the day tomorrow ju5t going into saturday morning. we'll start the day tomorrow just like today, load5 start the day tomorrow just like today, loads of sunshine out there. a gorgeous start. some patchy cloud developing. it may threaten with a few 5howers. avoid any of those and it will stay dry and you can see the extent of sunshine in scotland. temperatures close to average but in the sunshine, in the light breezes, it will feel pleasant. you notice the wind is picking up in northern ireland around the coasts on the west a5 ireland around the coasts on the west as well full stop central and eastern pa rt5 west as well full stop central and eastern parts the uk ju5t west as well full stop central and eastern parts the uk just a west as well full stop central and eastern parts the ukju5t a light breeze. if you are going to get a shower it is in the east of england where you might pick one up. the vast the daugherty will stay dry. a few spots will break into the low
205. heading out into northern ireland on saturday evening, saturday night, the rain is moving in and the wind is picking up. the longer you are out you may see some of that arriving. part5 longer you are out you may see some of that arriving. parts of wales and south—west england will have a warmer night. we start sunday with the weather system close by. gales along iri5h the weather system close by. gales along irish sea coa5t5. the5e weather fans will only move eastwards during the day on sunday. he may well start dry. you can see the movement of theirs. it will leave northern ireland behind. the afternoon on sunday looking drier. it may be late in the day in the eastern counties. the breeze will begin to pick—up. an up and down weekend. if you like try and sunny weather, saturday is the best day. go online.
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