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"I come from a country so stupid that they want to leave Europe." That's how the veteran film-maker and sometime national treasure Stephen Frears (he... [Read More]
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Well done, that Theresa May. She more or less pulled an "all-nighter" on the evening of the Downing Street Christmas party to fine-tune her way... [Read More]
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Dunkirk (12)★★★★★Crikey. Christopher Nolan's nerve-shredding masterpiece largely does away with dialogue in favour of an undiluted assault of sound and vision. [Read More]
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★★★★☆In the noble spirit of Tim Burton's Ed Wood and Mel Brooks's The Producers comes a film that celebrates that most exotic of cultural oddities,... [Read More]
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★★★☆☆Imagine mixing the recent gloomy X-Men adventure Logan with the charm of True Grit, then setting it in Japan, in the mid-Tokugawa shogunate period (roughly... [Read More]
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★☆☆☆☆This is a profoundly unappealing Christmas-themed horror flick about Luke (Levi Miller), a rich and seemingly oversexed 12-year-old boy who decides to kidn... [Read More]
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★★★★★Powell and Pressburger's definitive fantasy classic is back in a crisp digital restoration — you can almost see the pores in David Niven's face during... [Read More]
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Over-eager shop assistants. Don't you just hate them? You know the ones. Your foot has barely crossed the threshold, your eyes have alighted on the... [Read More]
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★★☆☆☆The Dutch film-maker Ate de Jong, who gave us the worst film of the 1990s (Drop Dead Fred), is back. And this time he's co-directing... [Read More]
★☆☆☆☆This profoundly silly exploitation thriller posits the existence of a sinister New York gambling den where gorgeous but penniless immigrants go to die. The... [Read More]
★★★★☆Modern US history gets a bracing rewrite with Dolores, a fascinating documentary portrait of the 87-year-old Mexican-American civil rights activist and soc... [Read More]
★★★★☆A sly bit of Dickensian counter-programming pits this madcap musical adventure against the jaunty Dan Stevens version, The Man Who Invented Christmas (see... [Read More]
What's the best thing about Paddington 2? Is it that, after three weeks at the UK box office, this unassuming family film has made more... [Read More]
Have you heard the new one about Peter O'Toole? He walks into a bar. And then he walks right out again. And that's it. Well,... [Read More]
Why? Because it's time for some family-friendly fun with Dick and Fanny. Yes, the big screen adventures of the folk from The Magic Faraway Tree... [Read More]
★★☆☆☆This strangely archaic comedy might appeal to those with a juvenile sense of humour. And there's no denying the artistic sincerity of its creators (the... [Read More]
★★★★☆Finally, a tennis movie that works — you cannot be serious! After the recent dreary Borg vs McEnroe, and before that the unspeakable Wimbledon and... [Read More]
'I want to ride my bicycle," sang Freddie Mercury in the Queen hit Bicycle Race from 1978, a paean to the liberating joys of two-wheeled... [Read More]
★★★★☆The unravelling of Jim Carrey during the making of his 1999 Andy Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon is the subject of this engrossing documentary... [Read More]
★★☆☆☆Single White Female gets a social-media makeover with this lightly satirical tale of a vacuous Instagram star, Taylor Sloane (Elizabeth Olsen), and an obse... [Read More]
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