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It sounds awful – a Disney princess gets pushed down a well and ends up in the city which never sleeps, the Big Apple.
Just after Christmas, the pupils of St Trinian’s, the original anarchic boarding school for posh schoolgirls, were back to teach us a lesson in comedy.
Spoofs of films are in no way a new thing. Airplane, Not Another Teen Movie, Scary Movie – the list is endless.
THE Devil Wears Prada, adapted from a book of the same name, set the stage for films about mean bosses and graduates new to the world of work.
STARDUST – starring unknown actor Charlie Cox – was last summer’s surprise hit.
Awake, starring actors of the moment Jessica Alba and Hayden Christensen, tells the story of rich heir Clay Beresford (Christensen) who has fallen in love with beautiful Sam (Alba). Life is perfect – well except for a few minor things – niggles really.
There is no doubt that The Women is a film about women and for women – the clue is in the title.
What would you do if you were obliged to say yes to everything? Leave your job? Dump your partner? Flee the country?
It is fair to say that Keanu Reeves is not the most charismatic of actors.
Inkheart, starring young South Reading actress Eliza Bennett, is very much a family film.