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The World to Come review: a love story where loneliness lies with lust

Katherine Waterston and Vanessa Kirby are a consistently perfect match in this period romance

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M Knight Shyamalan’s Old review: full of ideas and utterly ridiculous

The new high-concept thriller from the director of The Sixth Sense is frustratingly lacking in scares, thanks to daft dialogue and generic set-pieces

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Vanessa Kirby: Film has been so male dominated - now it’s women’s time

The actress’s latest role in powerful period piece The World to Come “felt like a voice” for pioneer women pushed into the margins of history

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Black Widow and beyond: The women taking on the superhero boys’ club

Are we in a golden age of female superhero movies? Meet the women shaking things up on and off screen

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Nowhere Special: James Norton’s heartbreaking new film is beautiful

This modest, restrained story about a single dad with terminal cancer trying to find adoptive parents for his young son will blow you away

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Summer of Soul review: The best music documentary you’ve never seen

The summer of ‘69 saw some of the most epic outdoor gigs in history, and we are categorically not talking about Woodstock

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Fear Street Part 2: 1978 review - a smart summer camp slasher

The second instalment in Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy is brimming with Stephen King references and resembles a crazed Scooby Doo episode

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The Truffle Hunters review: A funny, dark and fungi-filled documentary

Piedmontese truffle hunter Sergio and his pals make endlessly intriguing subjects

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F9 film review: fast, furious and fabulous fun - long may it continue

The Fast & Furious formula has been tweaked, throwing in a truckload of self-reflexive wit

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Supernova review: A tear-jerking, touching take on dementia

Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth turn in loving and lovely performances as a long-time couple battling the disease

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In the Heights film review: an irresistable tale of immigrant triumph

Lin Manuel-Miranda’s early musical has transferred beautifully to the screen

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Nobody film review: Low budget old-school silliness

Bob Odenkirk isn’t your average action hero, but Nobody’s ebullience is irresistible

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The Father review: a journey into the eye of the dementia storm

The debut film from playwright Florian Zeller is a brilliant portrayal of not just a man but also the disease from which he is suffering

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Loki: Everything you need to know about Marvel’s new Disney+ TV show

So he was killed, but now he’s alive, and he’s fronting his own TV series? What’s going on?

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After Love review: brilliant debut anchored by a stunning leading turn

Aleem Khan’s film is a beautiful exploration of love and grief

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I Used To Be Normal is Jessica Leski’s love letter to fangirls

Director Jessica Leski’s documentary about boyband fans is a moving film that doesn’t patronise or mock its “smart, funny, insightful” subjects

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Moby Doc review: Self-centred? Profound? It’s maddeningly hard to tell

Quite what the musician is trying to achieve isn’t clear in this bewildering film

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How Jenny Beavan’s memories of 70s London inspired Cruella’s costumes

Disney’s latest live action film is a fashion moment in itself - the Oscar-winning designer shares her first-hand inspirations

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African Apocalypse: my journey into today’s beating heart of darkness

A trip to Niger on the trail of colonial crimes was an eye-opener for the young British-Nigerian poet Femi Nylander

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Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In review - Memory makes the man

After a life-threatening brain haemorrhage, the legendary manager reflects on how his life shaped the person he became

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Cruella review: fashion-forward origin story is barking but fabulous

This deliciously wicked revisionist tale is a hoot, even if the plot is ridiculous

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Pink documentary review: Breaking boundaries between mum and rockstar

From playing sold-out stadiums to changing nappies, this atypical rock doc shows an artist living by her own rules

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My New York Year review: great cast but this literary yarn is too cosy

This story of a New York literary agency in the mid-90s could have done with the touch of an auteur

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Rare Beasts review: Billie Piper’s messy directing debut fizzes

Piper’s first film proves she can do no wrong right now

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Who’s got the popcorn? Why nothing compares to the big screen

Our chief film critic hails the return to cinemas with a big sigh of relief

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A Quiet Place Part II review - Whisper it: Kraskinski’s done it again

The long-awaited sequel to the ingenious monster-horror is finally being released in cinemas, and it’s worth the wait

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The big screen is back! The best films to watch as cinemas reopen

Cinemas are finally opening their doors - here’s our pick of the best films to book now...

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Peter Rabbit 2 review: Gloriously self-aware sequel is a hoot

Mrs Tiggy-Winkle goes full ninja in this long-delayed big screen Beatrix Potter follow-up

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Her Voice at BFI Southbank: Celebrating black women performers on film

The soon-to-reopen cinema returns with a fascinating film season

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Those Who Wish Me Dead review: Jolie’s a giggle in this silly thriller

The plot is undeniably absurd, but the performances and banter make this worth watching

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Mortal Kombat 2021 film review: Even the kombat is krap

Now we understand why it’s not getting a big screen release. Why bother?

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Leo Bill interview: We don’t like male romance stars to look British

He plays Billie Piper’s love interest in her debut film – but Leo Bill has bigger ambitions than ‘romantic lead’

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Oscars 2021: The biggest moments from Kaluuya’s speech to Hopkins’ win

From Oscar firsts to some hilarious speeches and an odd ending, here’s what went down at the 93rd Academy Awards...

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Dave Grohl’s new documentary will reignite all of your rockstar dreams

The film features anecdotes, fart jokes and a lot of rose-tinted romanticism - but it feels like a revelation

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Groundbreaking director Chloe Zhao deserves her Oscars double win

The biggest jolt of the evening was Anthony Hopkins’ win - but it was the right choice