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The films you need to see in 2022
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The films you need to see in 2022

The release schedule is chock-full of leftfield gems and bankable franchises, but can cinemas win back audiences?

Jason Statham is the Cary Grant who could kick your head off
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Jason Statham is the Cary Grant who could kick your head off

New film Wrath of Man is a reminder of why Jason Statham is one of the UK’s most popular cinema exports, writes Graeme Virtue.

House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents
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House of Gucci review: A decadent parade of high camp and dodgy accents

Lady Gaga leaves nothing on the table in this true story of a murder plot at the heart of the Gucci empire, writes Hanna Flint.

Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’
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Petite Maman review: ‘Things get a little weird’

Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’
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Dear Evan Hansen review: ‘Hard to know what the filmmakers were aiming for’

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The Paper Tigers: Kung Fu caper punches above its weight
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The Paper Tigers: Kung Fu caper punches above its weight

Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin
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Respect review: Jennifer Hudson is sensational as Aretha Franklin

Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights
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Shorta review: tense foot chases, abrupt shootouts and meaty fistfights

Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall
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Risky business: WeWork’s rise and fall

The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting
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The Last Letter from Your Lover review: a solid story with a strong casting

Nowhere Special: ‘James Norton’s special performance of repressed emotion’
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Nowhere Special: ‘James Norton’s special performance of repressed emotion’

Freaky review: A body-swap stabfest with emotional stakes
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Freaky review: A body-swap stabfest with emotional stakes

Supernova review: An unfussy, careful, utterly engaging drama
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Supernova review: An unfussy, careful, utterly engaging drama

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Nomadland review: Deeply moving and often hauntingly beautiful
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Nomadland review: Deeply moving and often hauntingly beautiful