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George MacKay explains WWI epic 1917 using Super Mario and Luigi
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George MacKay explains WWI epic 1917 using Super Mario and Luigi

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

M Night Shyamalan takes us through the real-life twists that surprise him
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M Night Shyamalan takes us through the real-life twists that surprise him

Why we are being bombarded by romantic Christmas films
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Why we are being bombarded by romantic Christmas films

Anthony McCarten, the writer with the Midas touch, on his ‘Pope Opera’
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Anthony McCarten, the writer with the Midas touch, on his ‘Pope Opera’

Anthony Daniels reckons he’s quite similar to Star Wars droid C-3PO
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Anthony Daniels reckons he’s quite similar to Star Wars droid C-3PO

Edward Norton’s passion project Motherless Brooklyn is worth the wait
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Edward Norton’s passion project Motherless Brooklyn is worth the wait

Karen Gillan: “I wasn’t a wild child”
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Karen Gillan: “I wasn’t a wild child”

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Review: Knives Out is a blade of glory for Rian Johnson
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Review: Knives Out is a blade of glory for Rian Johnson

There’s little magic in The Amazing Johnathan Documentary
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There’s little magic in The Amazing Johnathan Documentary

Blade Runner Day: Remembering Rutger Hauer and the van that changed his life
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Blade Runner Day: Remembering Rutger Hauer and the van that changed his life

Emilia Clarke: How can you get yourself together when you don’t have a home?
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Emilia Clarke: How can you get yourself together when you don’t have a home?

Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen shine in The Good Liar
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Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen shine in The Good Liar

Blade Runner is set in November 2019 but what does it say about our future?
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Blade Runner is set in November 2019 but what does it say about our future?

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

REVIEW: Naomie Harris finally gets a lead role in Black and Blue
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REVIEW: Naomie Harris finally gets a lead role in Black and Blue

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Space lamb – how Shaun the Sheep went interstellar for Farmageddon
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Space lamb – how Shaun the Sheep went interstellar for Farmageddon

Chris Morris interview: “It’s bonanza time for bad behaviour”
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Chris Morris interview: “It’s bonanza time for bad behaviour”

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

After the yellow brick road: Renée Zellweger plays a fading icon in Judy
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After the yellow brick road: Renée Zellweger plays a fading icon in Judy

Big Issue vendor Lavinia has starring role at Wales Film Festival
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Big Issue vendor Lavinia has starring role at Wales Film Festival

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

The Last Tree director Shola Amoo: “This country is in an identity crisis”
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The Last Tree director Shola Amoo: “This country is in an identity crisis”

‘People always look to escape in difficult times’ say Downton Abbey stars
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‘People always look to escape in difficult times’ say Downton Abbey stars

Henry Cavill’s a super policeman in new film Night Hunter
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Henry Cavill’s a super policeman in new film Night Hunter

It (Chapter Two) isn’t all that
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It (Chapter Two) isn’t all that

In Pain and Glory, Pedro Almodóvar decides to send himself up – or does he?
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In Pain and Glory, Pedro Almodóvar decides to send himself up – or does he?

Kristen Stewart’s performance in JT LeRoy is no hoax
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Kristen Stewart’s performance in JT LeRoy is no hoax

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

Balance, Not Symmetry review: Biffy Clyro’s transportive heightened reality
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Balance, Not Symmetry review: Biffy Clyro’s transportive heightened reality

Spider-Man: Far From Home is losing the thread
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Spider-Man: Far From Home is losing the thread

Brightburn review: Superhero horror fails to take flight
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Brightburn review: Superhero horror fails to take flight

To infinity… but what’s actually beyond?
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To infinity… but what’s actually beyond?

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