Cath Clarke

Toni Morrison’s remarkable life gets the film tribute it so richly deserves
Film

Toni Morrison’s remarkable life gets the film tribute it so richly deserves

Greed shows a darker side to the lifestyles of the rich and famous
Film

Greed shows a darker side to the lifestyles of the rich and famous

Parasite is industrial-strength social satire
Film

Parasite is industrial-strength social satire

Armando Iannucci’s David Copperfield adaption is brilliantly inclusive
Film

Armando Iannucci’s David Copperfield adaption is brilliantly inclusive

1917 review: it’s a terrifically good beat-the-clock nailbiter
Film

1917 review: it’s a terrifically good beat-the-clock nailbiter

There’s little magic in The Amazing Johnathan Documentary
Film

There’s little magic in The Amazing Johnathan Documentary

Ken Loach’s Sorry We Missed You shows reality of austerity Britain
Film

Ken Loach’s Sorry We Missed You shows reality of austerity Britain

REVIEW: Chris Morris is back with scabrous comedy The Day Shall Come
Film

REVIEW: Chris Morris is back with scabrous comedy The Day Shall Come

The sky’s the limit for Brad Pitt in Ad Astra
Film

The sky’s the limit for Brad Pitt in Ad Astra

Blinded by the Light review: feelgood memoir hit by current reality
Film

Blinded by the Light review: feelgood memoir hit by current reality

The Lion King review: I Can’t Believe It’s Not Attenborough
Film

The Lion King review: I Can’t Believe It’s Not Attenborough

‘Yesterday’ – fab four stars for Beatles jukebox movie
Film

‘Yesterday’ – fab four stars for Beatles jukebox movie

‘Gloria Bell’ review – An authentic remake of the Chilean classic
Film

‘Gloria Bell’ review – An authentic remake of the Chilean classic

Beats review: Pills, thrills and belly laughs with a shot of nostalgia
Film

Beats review: Pills, thrills and belly laughs with a shot of nostalgia

‘Eighth Grade’ – Bo Burnham’s tale of teenage clicks gets the thumbs-up emoji
Film

‘Eighth Grade’ – Bo Burnham’s tale of teenage clicks gets the thumbs-up emoji

‘The Sisters Brothers’ review – strong, silent gunslingers need not apply
Film

‘The Sisters Brothers’ review – strong, silent gunslingers need not apply

‘Ben is Back’ review – opioid addiction turned into suspenseful thriller
Film

‘Ben is Back’ review – opioid addiction turned into suspenseful thriller

‘On the Basis of Sex’: Ginsburg’s superhero origin tale lacks a little spirit
Film

‘On the Basis of Sex’: Ginsburg’s superhero origin tale lacks a little spirit

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ review – toxic twins well worth their Oscar nods
Film

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ review – toxic twins well worth their Oscar nods

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ – brilliantly cast but poorly executed period drama
Film

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ – brilliantly cast but poorly executed period drama

‘Three Identical Strangers’ – is the future already written in our genes?
Film

‘Three Identical Strangers’ – is the future already written in our genes?

Steve McQueen’s ‘Widows’ is a lesson in how to portray badass women in film
Film

Steve McQueen’s ‘Widows’ is a lesson in how to portray badass women in film

‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ sees Michael Moore turn up the heat on Trump’s America
TV

‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ sees Michael Moore turn up the heat on Trump’s America

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