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Watch our critics discuss the big new releases. This week, Kevin Maher and Ed Potton give their verdicts on A Star is Born.See the Times+... [Read More]
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★★☆☆☆No film featuring a put-upon female prime minister, a power-mad Silicon Valley billionaire, half-baked trade deals and a lingering unease about Britain's place as a... [Read More]
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WidowsIn the opening film of the festival, Steve McQueen adapts Lynda La Plante's mini-series about a group of women who attempt to pull off the... [Read More]
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★★★★☆Josh Appignanesi's experimental fusion of art-world documentary and feminist psycho-thriller is edited with hallucinogenic abruptness, features mainly non-professional actors and is often bracingly unpolished (aircraft... [Read More]
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★★★★★Given a luminous new 4k restoration, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's wartime fantasy feels as outlandishly humane as ever, perhaps more so given that its... [Read More]
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Watch our critics discuss the big new releases. This week, Kevin Maher and Ed Potton give their verdicts on The Little Stranger.See the Times+ website... [Read More]
Watch our critics discuss the big new releases. This week, Kevin Maher and Ed Potton give their verdicts on The Predator.See the Times+ website for... [Read More]
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★☆☆☆☆In round two of Femi Oyeniran and Nicky Slimting Walker's London crime franchise, the gangsters and undercover cops head to Jamaica for another orgy of... [Read More]
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★★☆☆☆This Fifties-set adaptation of the children's fantasy novel by John Bellairs has a few small flaws: the ersatz Edgar Allan Poe tone, the knock-off Harry... [Read More]
Has Gaspar Noé, the shock-tactician of French cinema, finally become a critical darling? This is the director who made his name in 2002 with Irréversible,... [Read More]
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to your next binge watch. Killing Eve is the most original and wickedly enjoyable show to come to our small screens... [Read More]
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to your next binge watch. Killing Eve is the most original and wickedly enjoyable show to come to our small screens... [Read More]
★★★★☆They say there's no honour among thieves. Well, to judge from this seamy recreation of the Hatton Garden burglary of 2015, pretty much everything is... [Read More]
Neil Warnock is one of the biggest live-music agents in the business, the man who matches superstars with venues, puts together mega-tours and brought Michael... [Read More]
★★★☆☆Preaching a message of "peace, love and positivity", Logic has branded himself as a rapper for the millennial age. This militantly wholesome show included such... [Read More]
★★★★☆Welcome to the 21st-century version of the epistolary novel, with pen and paper replaced by keyboard and webcam. Searching is a gripping, missing-child thriller that... [Read More]
Watch our critics discuss the big new releases. This week, Kevin Maher and Ed Potton give their verdicts on American Animals.See the Times+ website for details... [Read More]
★★☆☆☆Quizzically narrated, in verse, by Iggy Pop, this experimental documentary is basically a more playful and pretentious version of those travelogue compilations such as Koyaanisqatsi.... [Read More]
★★★★☆Near the start of Paul Greengrass's quietly devastating film about Norway's terrorist attacks of 2011 is a moment that cuts to the quick.Anders Breivik, played... [Read More]
Celebrity kids. They're either tragic, screwed up, or tragically screwed up, right? Not Milo Gibson. I've been in a room with Mel Gibson's actor son... [Read More]
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