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Watch the trailer for Ken Loach’s new film on the gig economy
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Watch the trailer for Ken Loach’s new film on the gig economy

Diego Maradona review: A fascinating glimpse into the enigma of Maradona
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Diego Maradona review: A fascinating glimpse into the enigma of Maradona

What/If review: So truly, hilariously, joyfully bad that it’s kind of good
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What/If review: So truly, hilariously, joyfully bad that it’s kind of good

The Italian Job writer would be ‘horrified by the likes of Nigel Farage’
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The Italian Job writer would be ‘horrified by the likes of Nigel Farage’

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

‘Booksmart’ breathes energetic new life into the rites-of-passage teen comedy
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‘Booksmart’ breathes energetic new life into the rites-of-passage teen comedy

Patricia Arquette: ‘Women’s rights are being rolled back. Keep fighting’
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Patricia Arquette: ‘Women’s rights are being rolled back. Keep fighting’

‘In the Realm of Perfection’ review – A fascinating dissection of filmmaking
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‘In the Realm of Perfection’ review – A fascinating dissection of filmmaking

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Romance, racism and Nazis – Amma Asante on her film ‘Where Hands Touch’
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Romance, racism and Nazis – Amma Asante on her film ‘Where Hands Touch’

‘Artic’: Penna proves to be a compelling storyteller in this survival yarn
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‘Artic’: Penna proves to be a compelling storyteller in this survival yarn

On The Rock’s ‘Skyscraper’ and paunchy middle-aged dad heroism fantasies
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On The Rock’s ‘Skyscraper’ and paunchy middle-aged dad heroism fantasies

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

Neil Jordan: ‘Things can go insane without you knowing how, look at Brexit’
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Neil Jordan: ‘Things can go insane without you knowing how, look at Brexit’

‘Dragged Across Concrete’: Completely robbed by this punishing heist flick
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‘Dragged Across Concrete’: Completely robbed by this punishing heist flick

Oscar Isaac says ‘Triple Frontier’ gave him a taste for becoming a director
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Oscar Isaac says ‘Triple Frontier’ gave him a taste for becoming a director

‘Wild Rose’ review – Jessie Buckley blossoms in winning British comedy-drama
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‘Wild Rose’ review – Jessie Buckley blossoms in winning British comedy-drama

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Kiefer Sutherland: ‘I cried to my dad. I didn’t know he was so important’
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Kiefer Sutherland: ‘I cried to my dad. I didn’t know he was so important’

‘At Eternity’s Gate’: You’ll emerge from the cinema looking at the world anew
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‘At Eternity’s Gate’: You’ll emerge from the cinema looking at the world anew

Paul Laverty: Tell the story of Yuli in English? Over our dead bodies
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Paul Laverty: Tell the story of Yuli in English? Over our dead bodies

Ralph Fiennes: ‘Don’t lie, don’t deceive. Do your best not to hurt people’
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Ralph Fiennes: ‘Don’t lie, don’t deceive. Do your best not to hurt people’

‘Minding The Gap’ is a candidly moving document of real young lives
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‘Minding The Gap’ is a candidly moving document of real young lives

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

Keira Knightley’s ‘The Aftermath’ holds lessons for Europe’s angry times
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Keira Knightley’s ‘The Aftermath’ holds lessons for Europe’s angry times

‘Border’ review – bleak Scandi fable finds beauty in the eye of the beholder
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‘Border’ review – bleak Scandi fable finds beauty in the eye of the beholder

Simon Amstell recounts his lonely teenage years ahead of ‘Benjamin’ release
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Simon Amstell recounts his lonely teenage years ahead of ‘Benjamin’ release

Fighting With My Family review – wrestling-themed sibling drama smackdown
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Fighting With My Family review – wrestling-themed sibling drama smackdown

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

‘Instant Family’ review – serious message movie dressed in comedy clown shoes
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‘Instant Family’ review – serious message movie dressed in comedy clown shoes

Samantha Morton: There’s a misconception kids in care don’t know love
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Samantha Morton: There’s a misconception kids in care don’t know love

‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ review – unfairly eclipsed by ‘Moonlight’
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‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ review – unfairly eclipsed by ‘Moonlight’

‘Beale Street’ star Stephan James: ‘We don’t get to see black love like this’
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‘Beale Street’ star Stephan James: ‘We don’t get to see black love like this’

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

‘Vice’ review – enthusiastically disrespectful biopic of tricky Dick Cheney
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‘Vice’ review – enthusiastically disrespectful biopic of tricky Dick Cheney

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