Graeme Virtue
Emma Stone's new film Poor Things is a fantastical discovery of mind, body and world
Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo star in Poor Things
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Emma Stone's new film Poor Things is a fantastical discovery of mind, body and world

From poltergeists to Paddington: Here's all the films to look forward to in 2024
Chris Hemsworth in Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga
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From poltergeists to Paddington: Here's all the films to look forward to in 2024

How Star Wars Holiday Special became more powerful than George Lucas could possibly imagine
Darth Vader in the Star Wars Holiday Special
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How Star Wars Holiday Special became more powerful than George Lucas could possibly imagine

Napoleon review – a man at war with the world and himself
joaquin phoenix as Napoleon
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Napoleon review – a man at war with the world and himself

Saltburn review – Barry Keoghan steals the show
Barry Keoghan in Saltburn.
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Saltburn review – Barry Keoghan steals the show

Typist Artist Pirate King review – a warm-hearted, clear-eyed tribute to a neglected artist
Two women on a beach
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Typist Artist Pirate King review – a warm-hearted, clear-eyed tribute to a neglected artist

Retribution review – another Liam Neeson action vehicle fresh from the production line
Liam Neeson looks out of a car window
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Retribution review – another Liam Neeson action vehicle fresh from the production line

BlackBerry review – the ruthlessness and farce of big business
A man looks at his phone
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BlackBerry review – the ruthlessness and farce of big business

The Creator: Could AI have generated Gareth Edwards' gorgeous new sci-fi blockbuster?
A scene still from 20th Century Studios’ THE CREATOR, set in an AI future.
Artificial intelligence

The Creator: Could AI have generated Gareth Edwards' gorgeous new sci-fi blockbuster?

Hot fuzz: The most glorious moustaches in movie history, ranked
Kenneth Branagh with a big moustache
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Hot fuzz: The most glorious moustaches in movie history, ranked

The Dive: A clammy, cathartic scuba thriller
An underwater scene from the new thriller, The Dive
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The Dive: A clammy, cathartic scuba thriller

Joy Ride: A modern kind of gross-out comedy
The stars of Joy Ride - Stephanie Hsu as Kat, Sabrina Wu as Deadeye, Ashley Park as Audrey, and Sherry Cola as Lolo
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Joy Ride: A modern kind of gross-out comedy