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MONA LISA SMILE

8.30PM, ELEVEN PG. 2003. Drama star­ring Ju­lia Roberts and Kirsten Dunst. A free spir­ited teacher com­mences a new ap­point­ment at pres­ti­gious Welles­ley Col­lege to teach art his­tory to a group of priv­i­leged and up­wardly mo­bile young women. Sub­tle fem­i­nist film.

CAR­NAGE

MID­NIGHT, SEVEN M. 2011. Ro­man Polan­ski di­rects this film about two sets of up­tight par­ents do­ing bat­tle af­ter their kids are in­volved in a play­ground scuf­fle. Crit­ics praised the script, Polan­ski’s con­trol and the easy-to-love cast: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster, John C Reilly and Christoph Waltz.

SNATCH

11.55PM, 7MATE MA. 2000. Lon­don crims try to nick a di­a­mond stolen by an Amer­i­can thief from an An­twerp jew­eller. Stylish crime flick full of fre­net­i­cally edited ac­tion, funny ban­ter and tough talk­ing geezers. Made by the tal­ented Guy Ritchie in the hey­day of his ca­reer. Stars Brad Pitt, Ja­son Statham.

Ju­lia Roberts.

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