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Oceans gang is back for more
Tuesday, 7 December 2004

Kristie's top five

1. Oceans 12 (M): One of the most hotly anticipated movies of the year, out this week.

The whole gang from Oceans 11 is back including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Matt Damon and Julia Roberts; but this time there is also the addition of Catherine Zeta-Jones as Europol agent Isabel Lahiri.

The team that managed to pull off a $160million heist across three Las Vegas casinos in the first film, three years later have their sights on major robberies in Amsterdam, Rome and Paris, all at the same time.

2. Wicker Park (M): One for the ladies releasing this week, which combines the genres of psychological thriller, romance and drama. Based on the 1996 French film The Apartment, the action opens around the halfway point in the story and then tos and fros around time.

Stars Josh Hartnett, Matthew Lillard (currently also in Without A Paddle) Diane Kruger (also being seen in National Treasure) and delightful Australian actress Rose Byrne.

3. Ella Enchanted (PG): An updating of one of the world's best known and most loved fairytales Cinderella, starring the gorgeous Anne Hathaway. Anne is Ella, who begins her life in a kingdom where her fairy godmother grants her a gift of obedience; but as Anne grows up she wonders whether it is more a curse.

Of course there is also an encounter with a handsome prince along the way and there's a great soundtrack including the music of Elton John, Leo Sayer and Freddy Mercury.

4. Team America: World Police (MA): If you want to go to the movies and be completely offended, this is the film for you. Rude, crude and from the makers of "South Park", this film is not for the faint-hearted.

Nothing is sacred from the moment the bunch of marionettes featured in this adults-only offering burst on to the screen. Let's just say with its spoof on terrorism and celebrity and the nocturnal action of some of the puppets, this is a long way from the old "Thunderbirds".

5. National Treasure (PG): Nicolas Cage, Harvey Keitel, Jon Voight, Christopher Plummer and Diane Kruger star in this action-adventure perfect for the whole family.

For more news on what's happening in cinemas, go to the website greater union.com.au

* Kristie Atkins is marketing manager for Greater Union Cinemas Hunter/Central Coast.


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