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yesterday at 15:22. Facebook
Robert Redford has discovered the afterlife so everyone is trying to get there fast in this slack-paced, heavily-signposted love story

The Discovery review: everyone but Jason Segel and Rooney Mara wants to die

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yesterday at 15:06. Facebook
Love Jenny Slate? Then you’ll likely enjoy her latest collaboration with Gillian Robespierre: a familiar, 90s-set yarn of dysfunctional familial fidelity. But if you’re allergic … run fast and far

Landline review: faint deflation on speed dial as Obvious Child crew reunite

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yesterday at 14:47. Facebook
Adam Sobel’s documentary joins the crews of men constructing the venues to be used in 2022 and shocks its audience with their tales of modern-day slavery

The Workers Cup review: if you're building stadiums for Qatar 2022, someone else wins

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yesterday at 09:33. Facebook
Z: The Beginning Of Everything attempts to chart the flapper icon’s thrilling rise to intoxicating muse but its portrayal of the jazz age is disappointingly pedestrian

The legend of Zelda: Christina Ricci’s Fitzgerald is a confused cliche

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yesterday at 00:01. Facebook
Abbi Jacobson is a reliable comic presence but she’s lost in this slight tale of disparate characters over a single New York day

Person to Person review – Broad City star underused in meandering ensemble indie

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01/20/2017 at 14:49. Facebook
Women’s groups describe decision to make veteran director preside over César ceremony as ‘snub to rape victims’

Calls to boycott French film awards over Roman Polanski honour

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01/20/2017 at 14:42. Facebook
Twilight star among three authors of paper explaining how ‘neural style transfer’ method was put to use in her directorial debut, the 17-minute short Come Swim

Kristen Stewart co-authors research paper on 'pioneering' film technique

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01/20/2017 at 13:07. Facebook
Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’s outstanding documentary, which has premiered at Sundance, gets to the heart of the St Louis suburb rocked by the police shooting of Michael Brown

Whose Streets? review: searing film gives a voice to the people of Ferguson

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01/20/2017 at 11:50. Facebook
In the trailer, Best plays a Premiership star who robs shoe shops for the mafia while dressed as Gary Lineker. Alex Reid and Lucy Pinder also feature. Is this post-truth cinema?

Dangerous Game: can a Calum Best vehicle with Darren Day as a Russian mob boss really exist?

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01/20/2017 at 11:45. Facebook
Universal halt red carpet event and press junket pending a review of on-set footage that appears to show a German shepherd being forced into a pool of water

A Dog's Purpose premiere cancelled after video of stunt dog 'in distress'

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01/20/2017 at 10:45. Facebook
The former vice president’s latest documentary on the threat to the planet, which opened the Sundance festival, is desultory and surprisingly vainglorious

An Inconvenient Sequel review – Al Gore's new climate change film lacks heat

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01/20/2017 at 10:45. Facebook
Shot in a single take and broadcast live to 500 cinemas, Harrelson’s directorial debut is a unique work that fuses technical wizardry with self-deprecating satire

Lost in London review: Woody Harrelson's live movie is a miraculous oddity

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01/20/2017 at 10:32. Facebook
In Travis Bickle, Scorsese, Schrader and De Niro created an embodiment of 1970s disenfranchisement. Hate-filled and fond of firearms, he speaks to our age too

Taxi Driver: the awkward teen of US cinema

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01/20/2017 at 10:04. Facebook
Natalie Portman nails the former first lady’s brittle resolve, while James McAvoy tackles 23 characters in one. Plus: La La Land, Manchester By The Sea and Lion

Jackie and Split: this week’s best new films in the UK

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
The film, which opened to mixed reviews at the Toronto film festival, sees the Oscar winner overcome alcoholism by saving South Korea

Anne Hathaway has psychic connection to giant monster in Colossal trailer

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
The film, which opened to mixed reviews at the Toronto film festival, sees the Oscar winner overcome alcoholism by saving South Korea

Anne Hathaway has psychic connection to giant monster in Colossal trailer

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
The film, to be called Nasty Women, will see the actors taking on the con artist roles made famous by Michael Caine and Steve Martin

Anne Hathaway to join Rebel Wilson in remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
The film, to be called Nasty Women, will see the actors taking on the con artist roles made famous by Michael Caine and Steve Martin

Anne Hathaway to join Rebel Wilson in remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
Exploring how Russia’s involvement in Ukraine has affected his own family, Vitaly Mansky’s documentary shows the pain of loyalties tested

Close Relations review – a family and a nation divided

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01/20/2017 at 00:07. Facebook
Exploring how Russia’s involvement in Ukraine has affected his own family, Vitaly Mansky’s documentary shows the pain of loyalties tested

Close Relations review – a family and a nation divided

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