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Touchingly awkward greetings 70 years on to audiences of the soldiers’ descendants

'Independence Day: Resurgence'

Independence Day: Resurgence — review: ‘Overblown’

A noisy, effects-laden sequel to the alien-invasion blockbuster

Kevin Spacey stars as Richard Nixon (left) and Michael Shannon stars as Elvis Presley (right) in Liza Johnson’s ELVIS & NIXON, an Amazon Studios / Bleecker Street release.

Elvis & Nixon — film review: ‘Quirky, likeable’

Kevin Spacey excels in a film about a real-life encounter

The late filmmaker Chantal Akerman and her mother are the focus of 'No Home Movie'

No Home Movie — film review: ‘Mesmeric’

A poignant, powerful last artistic testament from Chantal Akerman

Omer Fast's 'Remainder'

Remainder — film review: ‘Cinematic catatonia’

A movie that resembles an exercise in film-student existentialism

'The Secret Life of Pets'

The Secret Life of Pets — ‘Fitfully funny’

Mischief and jolly moments from an animated menagerie

International Surrealist Exhibition of 1936, Radio 3

A fascinating reminder of an extraordinary event, rich, varied, wilful and often hard to pin down

Matteo Garrone’s 'Tale of Tales'

Tale of Tales — film review: ‘Macabre fantasy’

Matteo Garrone’s fairy-tale movie is opulent and mischievous

'Cemetery of Splendour'

Cemetery of Splendour — film review: ‘Strange joys’

Although at times confounding, this Thai film has a dreamlike beauty

Sheila Stewart and Aidan Moffat in 'Where You're Meant to Be'

Where You’re Meant to Be — film review: ‘Memorable’

Documentary about Scottish folk singing is funny, poetic and wise

Gods of Egypt — film review: ‘Ill-plotted spectacle’

A laughably poor action epic set in ancient Egypt

Interview: Italian director Matteo Garrone

With flayings, pregnancies and marriages to ogres, ‘Tale of Tales’ is a very adult fairy story

Fire at Sea — film review: ‘Misery and humanity’

A mesmerising Italian documentary about the migrant crisis

Embrace of the Serpent — film review: ‘Mystical’

A captivating movie about jungle guides and explorers in Amazonia

Where to Invade Next — film review: ‘Provocative’

Michael Moore’s new documentary is typically mischievous

When Marnie Was There — film review: ‘Haunting moments’

There’s gentle magic in this farewell feature from Studio Ghibli

Learning to Drive — film review: ‘Sweet, with a dash of sourness’

Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley star in a wrinklies’ romcom

US studios find benefits in Chinese partners

Hollywood is looking to get around the country’s quota system

Beauty and the bestial

Director Nicolas Winding Refn and star Elle Fanning talk ‘The Neon Demon’

Me Before You — film review: ‘Winning’

A charming romcom about a quadriplegic man and his carer