Huddersfield Daily Examiner - - FRONT PAGE -

THIS mod­ern-day fairy tale stars Down­ton Abbey’s Jes­sica Brown Find­lay as Bella, a beau­ti­ful, quirky li­brar­ian with dreams of writ­ing a book of her own. How­ever, she soon has a more press­ing con­cern when her land­lord dis­cov­ers that she’s let the gar­den of her rented house be­come an over­grown jun­gle and gives her a month to sort it out be­fore he starts evic­tion pro­ceed­ings. Luck­ily, Bella is about to find an un­likely men­tor in her cur­mud­geonly – and green-fin­gered – next-door neigh­bour (Tom Wilkin­son). It may all prove a lit­tle too twee for some tastes, but the strong per­for­mances and strik­ing di­rec­tion make it worth a look. IN­DI­ANA (Har­ri­son Ford, left) and pal Mac (Ray Win­stone) en­counter Soviet agent Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett). Indy whip-cracks and wise­cracks his way out of trou­ble, be­fore an en­counter with Mutt (Shia LaBeouf) pro­pels the ar­chae­ol­o­gist on a quest to lo­cate the le­gendary Crys­tal Skull of Aka­tor.

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