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Chasing love the wrong way

ALL ABOUT STEVE
Starring: Sandra Bullock, Thomas Haden Church, Bradley Cooper and Katy Mixon. 
Directed: Phil Traill. 
Rated PG (mild sexual references and coarse language). 98 mins.

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The downfall of a man with talent

THE DAMNED UNITED

Starring: Michael Sheen, Jim Broadbent, Colm Meaney, Timothy Spall.

Directed: Tom Hooper.

Rated M (coarse language). 98 mins. 
Reviewed by Fr Peter Malone MSC

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A brilliant film about life and death

DEPARTURES (OKURIBITO
Starring: Tsutomu Yamazaki, Kimiko Yo, Ryoko Hirosue, Masahiro Motoki.
Directed: Yojiro Takita. 
Rated M (mature themes). 101mins. 
Reviewed by Fr Peter Malone MSC

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Postie gets a few life lessons

WHEN the group of postie-mates, middle-aged, beer-bellied, some slow, others jokey, start with a self-help exercise for their friend Eric Bishop (Steve Everts), we realise that not everyone needs long-term Woody Allen-type therapy or psychoanalysis, but that a team of friends can do a great deal to help one another.

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Aliens sure to keep youngsters amused

ALIENS IN THE ATTIC: Starring Carter Jenkins, Austin Robert Butler and Ashley Tisdale. Voiced by Thomas Haden Church, Josh Peck, Ashley Peldon, Karl Wahlgren Directed by John Schultz. 86mins. Rated PG (mild violence and themes).

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Focusing on founder

PRAYER CHATS WITH JULIAN: THE INTEGRATION OF SPIRITUALITY, THEOLOGY, ECOLOGY IN THE LIFE OF JULIAN TENISON WOODS
Mary Cresp RSJ; Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, Brisbane, 2009.
Reviewed by Barbara Flynn.

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