Also in cinemas | Ch-Ch-Changes!

Fiddle-dee-dee, the times they are a-changin’ – and the film page is tagging along!

If it doesn’t look all that different to you, that’s probably because we’re going for the understated look while we release our most controversial reviewer on Her.
So we’re maximising dramatic impact and minimising dull fiddling with showtime listings.

What else is new? There will only be one film review a week – so for the scoop on other cinematic goodies you’re welcome to stick with this green screen here.

Out this week is Bluebird, the feature debut of Lance Edmands (editor of Broken Flowers and The Wire). Apparently it’s been quite the hit at the Tribeca film festival. But I suspect they wouldn’t have scheduled the Denmark premiere of this cold-coloured drama for February 27 if they had known that people would already be sipping iced cappuccinos by the lake-side this time of year.

While Edmands is up-and-coming, George Clooney seems a bit out-and-over in his new WW2 action drama The Monuments Men. Too self-important and afraid to offend, don’t expect this high-profile flick to have much family resemblance to the wit and pace of Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. Although at least the cast (George Clooney, Bill Murray, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett) won’t disappoint.

If none of these movies are bad enough for you, I suggest you make your way over to the Huset’s Bio on Friday at 7.30pm and watch Jean-Claude Van Damme fight his way through the over-the-top classic Bloodsport.

Starting Saturday, you’ll be able to combine your love for music with your knack of sinking into soft chairs at Cinemateket’s Music Film Festival.
We hope you like the fresh look, but “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.”