Jude Law

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Rupert Wyatt’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes

A few weeks ago (or was it decades?), when the current crisis slipped up eight jarring gears, articles such as this began telling readers that everyon(...)

A scene from Normal People

Element Pictures’ production of Sally Rooney’s Normal People was one of the big winners in movie tax reliefs granted by Revenue last ye(...)

Blake Lively in The Rhythm Section

It’s unfair to damn an entire film for its unconvincing representation of heroin addiction or for music supervision that values thudding explicitness (...)

Natalie in Vox Lux: Lady Gaga without the alleged charity

In the eight months since its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, the second film from Brady Corbet – follow-up to his dazzlingly ambitious The Chil(...)

The New Pope: Jude Law and John Malkovich in the HBO series. Photograph: Gianni Fiorito

If, like me, you are a man whose hairline is in fast retreat, Jude Law should be your new hero. A photograph of him on the set of The New Pope, his HB(...)

Brie Larson does well enough in a role that would better suit an actor less wedded to underplayed naturalism

It is such a shame this film isn’t a little better. The first episode in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a woman protagonist has already taken flak(...)

What Time Is Death? Paul Duane’s documentary charts Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty’s project to build a pyramid of  bricks containing human ashes

A little bit of urban English magick arrived at the Irish Film Institute on Tuesday night when Paul Duane, a singular director of films about singular(...)

Christina Engelhardt in 2006: said she had sexual relationship with Woody Allen in 1970s Photograph: Michael Bezjian/WireImage

Former model and actor Christina Engelhardt claims she started a secret sexual relationship with Woody Allen a few months before her 17th birthday in (...)

Eddie Redmayne in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

David Yates’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was a bit of a marvel. Few spin-offs have located such attractive worlds in the orbit of the mot(...)

Michael Moore returns to his hometown of Flint and looks into the extraordinary capitalist banditry that led to the poisoning of the city’s water supply.

It seems as if we’ve been complaining about Michael Moore preaching to the converted since he turned up to pester Benedict Arnold for betraying the Re(...)

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