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Did you know that the first volume of Quentin Tarantino's kung-fu masterpiece Kill Bill came out in cinemas this week in 2003?
Bet you didn't, unless you have a ridiculous memory for film release dates.
Filmmakers love to throw curveballs at audiences to surprise them and keep them on the edge of their seat, for some directors (M. Night Shyamalan) it was expected from their films.
Sometimes actors are as excited about upcoming movies as the cinema-going public.
So much so that they use their Hollywood weight to pester directors and casting directors to get them a part in those films.
With winter bearing down on us, the summer blockbusters have dried up and Oscar season is still a few months away, but that doesn't mean that there isn't anything to see at the cinema.
Nope, far from it. And to illustrate that, here are five films that you must see this month:
In the past few months, angry fans have voiced their displeasure over the casting of Scarlett Johansson in the film adaptation of the iconic manga series Ghost in the Shell, and also Matt Damon starring in Chinese-focused The Great Wall.
This week, Renée Zellweger returns as the famous 'verbally incontinent spinster who smokes like a chimney, drinks like a fish and dresses like her mother' Bridget Jones.
Our good friends over at Kidrated have picked their top family cinema releases to enjoy now that the nights are closing in and the weather is getting chillier.
Steven Spielberg's epic World War II tale of a battalion attempting to find and rescue a young soldier was released 18 years ago this week.
Yeah, 18 years since cinemagoers first witnessed the incredible and terrifying portrayal of the Normandy beach landings.
So, to celebrate, here are some exciting things that you probably didn't know about the Spielberg masterpiece...
Jeff Bridges’ returns to screens this Friday in Hell or High Water (watch the trailer), the stunning new crime thriller from Brit director David Mackenzie.
In the past few years, film fans have been very unhappy with the lack of original ideas and the amount of sequels, remakes and reboots flooding cinemas.
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