Who cares what picture you see? We do. Here's what to watch this Saturday night, plus the rest of today's film news
What should you watch over the weekend?
In the UK? Get a face-full of Blue is the Warmest Colour, load your bow with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, or check if your mates with the guys of Computer Chess. Conspiracy theorists should head to JFK film Parkland, but run, run fast as you can away from duff Robert De Niro gangster comedy The Family. Or you could say dammit all and go to the re-released Gone with the Wind instead.
In the paper today
• Geezy does it. Danny Dyer gives us 30 minutes of his time.
• Peter Bradshaw's reviewed all this week's new releases. He's keeps doing that!
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