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An eight-part drama about the fabled rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford
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The best-dressed on the Croisette were the women who wore their personalities
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Animated wars in a secret forest; the Hangover series staggers on; De Niro, Sarandon and Keaton get farcical
It rarely takes long for the newfangled to become the new normal
Steven Soderbergh’s thriller mixes paranoia and pharmaceuticals, Frank Langella forms an engaging double act with a robot, plus the prequel to a cinema classic
Richard Gere in a money-and-manslaughter thriller, Barry Levinson tackles eco-horror, plus Shakespeare in an Italian prison
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How do you signal your membership in the underground when its clothes have become part of the establishment?