Thursday October 29, 2009
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Hi there Movie Clubbers,

Remember those cute little Hasbro toys you used to play with as a kid (or maybe, if you're a girl, watched your brother playing with)? Well, they're no longer funsize! In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, the century-long war between the Autobots and the Decepticons continues. The universe is in the hands of Sam Witwicky (Shia LeBeouf), a teenager (yes, it's all very scary!) who's in possession of something the rogue Decepticons need badly in order to free Megatron (Hugo Weaving), their leader. Throw in a little bit of the gorgeous Megan Fox and a lot of explosions and this is one action flick that'll get your blood pumping!

If your knowledge of Star Trek extends only as far as the famous 'Beam me up Scotty!' cry, you really need see this quality flick. The young crew onboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, the most advanced starship ever, must find a way to overcome Nero Eric Bana) who's intent on destroying mankind. That means that rivals Spock (Zachary Quinto) and James Tiberius Kirk (Chris Pine) must unite despite their many differences. Star Trek will satisfy every trekker's expectations while also providing quality entertainment for those not obsessed with the franchise.

If you're more in the mood for something that'll have you and your friends laughing, look no further than Bruno. Yes, the wonderfully wacky Sacha Baron Cohen returns and goes to great lengths to outdo his debut feature Borat. Cohen plays the flamboyantly gay Austrian fashionista who takes his show Funkyzeit to America. Along the way, he has encounters with a Terrorist leader, a very angry talk show crowd and even tries his hand at cage wrestling. This one will have you cracking up thanks to Cohen's willingness to do anything to get a laugh.

What happens when you combine the world's most famous museum, the Smithsonian and Ben Stiller? That's right: trouble! Stiller is back as divorced dad Larry Daley and somehow finds himself at the Smithsonian Institute trying to rescue his old friends Jebediah (Owen Wilson) and Octavius (Steve Coogan). They've been shipped to the museum, destined for a life collecting dust in deep storage. In his attempts to rescue them, he'll come into contact with Amelia Earhart and Abe Lincoln among many others. This is the kind of history lesson that'll keep you enthralled throughout.

Whew! There are more great titles where these came from so head to your local Network store right now. We'll see you in-store.

Star Trek
While there are millions of Star Trek fans out there, the Star Trek franchise has largely been ignored in the last few years; so it'd take a bold step to restore Trek to its former glory. Director J.J. Abrams is known for his many bold steps, and in this case, results are stunning.
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Night at the Museum 2
Back in 2006, we saw Ben Stiller play Larry Daley, a night watchman battling an ancient curse at the Museum of Natural History that made the ancient exhibits spring to life. He returns but as a very different man: he's now the head of his own inventions company.
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Back in 2006, movie audiences were shocked by Borat. Now in 2009, we've got another controversial offering from Sacha Baron Cohen, but does it stack up to its predecessor? Bruno (Cohen) plays a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion guru who is as big as it gets in Germany.
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Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince
The sixth instalment of the most successful film franchise of all time may lack in the boom-boom-pow department that we've come to expect from the Harry Potter films but it more than makes up for this by exploring character
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The Hangover
Where better to set a story about male bonding and alcohol than Las Vegas? Doug, against everyone else's advice, is set to marry Tracy on Sunday. The 'mantrip' involves the groom, his two best buddies Phil and Stu and just to keep Doug in check, his future brother-in-law
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The Proposal
If there's one thing you can count on Sandra Bullock for thanks to films such as Miss Congeniality, it's a good old laugh. And teamed with funnyman Ryan Reynolds, we get two for the price of one in The Proposal. Margaret Tate plays an executive editor
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Transformers: Revenge of the
Fallen (M)

To say that the second instalment of director Michael Bay's live action adaptation of the Hasbro toy franchise had a lot to live up to in the wake of Transformers is an understatement. Bay is known as the king of explosions and in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen he doesn't disappoint. Three minutes and ten seconds: that's how long it takes Bay to blow something up in a film where flying debris and chaos rages throughout..
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Adoration (M)

A high school boy journeys through a maze of family secrets to find the truth about his dead father. From Academy Award-nominated director Atom Egoyan comes a story of a young man who must question everything he knows in order to learn who he is and who his father was.
Revolver (MA 15+)

The last few years must have been hard for Guy Ritchie, teased for being Mr Madonna (and we all know how that worked out!). Not that this has in anyway negatively impacted on Ritchie's fourth film, Revolver. It's everything you'd expect from Ritchie and his regular collaborator,
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Grey's Anatomy: Season 5 (MA 15+)

Live for the moment. The hottest show on television burns even brighter in its explosive fifth season. Dive deeper into the lives and loves of Grey's Anatomy in this sensational seven-disc set! Discover what happens in the on-again, off-again world of Derek and Meredith, and witness the budding relationship between Cristina and Owen, Seattle Grace's newest doctor. Experience every heartstopping moment of prime time's sexiest drama, complete with never-before-seen bonus features, including an extended episode. A must-have for any Grey's Anatomy fan!
Blur (G)

From the team that gave us the Project Gotham Racing series, Blur marks the next era of racing games. Sporting a combination of street racing, arcade style handling (power slides ahoy) and car against car combat, this is the most thrilling ride on four wheels. You've got a range of cars to choose from, including cars from BMW, Dodge, Ford, Hummer, Nissan, Audi; and many elements in the environment are interactive, so you could send a tree falling down into the path of your opponent. This is going to be wild!

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