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A crime comedy that sparks only sporadically
Danny Leigh meets the director of Oscar favourite ‘Spotlight’ and reflects on cinema’s relationship with the media
Russell Crowe stars as a troubled novelist in Gabriele Muccino’s film
Russell Crowe directs and stars as a father who heads to Gallipoli to recover children’s bodies
Darren Aronofsky’s broiling, big-budget, CGI-heavy epic brings all manner of strange appendages to the Bible
Darren Aronofsky gives fresh life to a story made tepid by centuries of Sunday Schooling
If Edward Snowden didn’t exist, Hollywood would probably have invented him
Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot, Joss Whedon’s back-garden Shakespeare
Ryan Gosling in the mythic tale of a tattooed stunt rider; Tom Cruise wanders through a post-apocalyptic future; documentary lifts the lid on Israel’s secret service
Richard Gere in a money-and-manslaughter thriller, Barry Levinson tackles eco-horror, plus Shakespeare in an Italian prison
How much influence does Father Tikhon Shevkunov have over the Russian president?
This week’s new film releases reviewed: ‘Les Misérables’, ‘Jiro Dreams of Sushi’, ‘What Richard Did’, ‘Midnight Son’ and ‘Gangster Squad’
This week’s new film releases reviewed: ‘Seven Psychopaths’, ‘The Man with the Iron Fists’, ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’, ‘The Oranges’, ‘You Will Be My Son’ and ‘I, Anna’
A very bad year for fee income in a rapidly changing environment
While American journalists are often heroic leads in movies, the best Brits can hope for is a cameo as a drunken hack
Wimbledon organiser on running the tournament
Hollywood and the film business are saying farewell to breast implants, Botox and collagen lips
Through its product Style Star which it will introduce at the Cannes Film Festival, Microsoft is entering not only film but also fashion
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