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Based on Kim Barker’s best­selling mem­oir The Tal­iban Shuf­fle (Knopf Dou­ble­day, R257 for ebook), Tina Fey plays a war re­porter who spent time in Afghanistan and Pak­istan in the early 2000s. Be­tween the AK47S, bombs, burqas and hard-drink­ing press corps is the hu­mour and ab­sur­dity that wartime cre­ates. ✪✪✪✪


Ni­cole Kid­man stars as Gertrude Bell, a writer, car­tog­ra­pher, ar­chae­ol­o­gist and po­lit­i­cal at­taché less fa­mous than her male coun­ter­part, Lawrence of Ara­bia. You’re in for beau­ti­ful cin­e­matog­ra­phy and pas­sion­ate scenes as Ms Bell notches up un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ences – and lovers, played by James Franco, Robert Pat­tin­son and Damian Lewis.


When John Gray (David Den­cik) ad­mits to sex­u­ally abus­ing his 17-year-old daugh­ter An­gela (Emma Wat­son), de­tec­tive Bruce Ken­ner (Ethan Hawke) turns to ex­per­i­men­tal meth­ods to try and get An­gela to re­mem­ber what hap­pened. Work­ing along­side psychiatrist Ken­neth Raines (David Thewlis), they soon un­cover that a satanic cult may be in­volved. A tense, dark psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller.


You’ll get the same all-star cast in this Mar­vel Comics film, but The Avengers are at odds with one an­other as a feud be­tween Cap­tain Amer­ica (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) de­vel­ops. Ac­tion-packed! ✪✪✪ – Emma Wat­son ✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪

‘You should see the other guy,’ thought Andy.

“What do you mean stay calm?” yelled Tabitha.

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