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Golden oldie: You’ve Got Mail (1998)

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Harriet Metcalfe discusses why everyone should we watching the rom-com You've Got Mail...

Golden Oldie: The Godfather: Part III

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Our Golden Oldie this week is The Godfather: Part III. Sports Editor Mark Sleightholm defends the final chapter of the trilogy...

Golden Oldie: Jason & The Argonauts (1963)

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Our Golden Oldie this week features the 1963 classic Jason & The Argonauts...

Golden Oldie: Bernard and the Genie (1991)

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Most people are saying ‘what?’ but the few who’re aware of this lost BBC television film are saying ‘yes!’. An early work of British film giant Richard Curtis (Four...

Golden Oldie: White Christmas (1954)

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This week's Golden Oldie is the 1954 classic White Christmas...

Golden Oldies: Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting

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In a world where now have two Trainspotting films, Greg Rosenvinge revisits the legendary film instalment. Is it (Princes) streets ahead of its belated sequel, or has it lost its...

Golden Oldies: John Water’s Pink Flamingos

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Throughout March, the Tyneside Cinema is celebrating John Waters, the outrageous director who turned bad taste into an art form. Sophie Schneider braces herself to view his most...

Golden Oldies: Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank

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As the Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Screening Women’ season reaches its final hurdle, Andrea Arnold’s critically-acclaimed Fish Tank dances back onto its screens. Will Capuano tells...

Golden Oldies: Bagdad Café

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As the third part of Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Screening Women’ season, the programmers dug up the little-known magical comedy, Bagdad Café. Simon Ramshaw went to see if it was a...

Golden Oldies Presents: Lost in Translation

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During Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Chance Encounters: A Short Season of Bittersweet Romances’ the timeless Lost in Translation was shown. We sent Greg Rosenvigne to check it out....