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Journey’s End succeeds mostly in the smartness of its casting

A certain class of film buff will identify Journey’s End as the work that gave the world James Whale. After producing the West End production of RC Sh(...)

Wonder ★★★★ Directed by Stephen Chbosky. Starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay, Mandy Patinkin, Daveed Diggs, Izabela Vidovic, Sonia Bra(...)

Is it a comedy? Fantine Harduin, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Isabelle Huppert, Laura Verlinden, Toby Jones and Mathieu Kassovitz in Happy End. Photograph: Sony Pictures Classics

Nobody who’d seen a Michael Haneke movie (indeed, few people who’d heard one described) could mistake the icy, rigorous Happy End for the work of any (...)

Spinning into madness: Toby Jones as Carl in Kaleidoscope.

Carl (Toby Jones) lives alone, high up in an anonymous block of flats. He has few possessions and even fewer friends, save for his neighbour Monique ((...)

 Charlize Theron, left, and Sofia Boutella in Atomic Blonde. Photograph: Jonathan Prime/Focus Features/AP

If ever there were a film that you wished were just a little bit better, then Atomic Blonde is it. Just a little. Is that too much to ask? Charlize T(...)

The Palais des Festivals ahead of the 70TH Cannes Film Festival. Photograph: Stephane Mahe/Reuters

The 70th Cannes Film Festival begins on Wednesday amid unprecedented levels of security. The town is about 3km from Nice where, 10 months ago, 85 peo(...)

‘Fake news’ is shunned by mainstream media organisations for 364 days of the year but one day a year it graces the websites and pages of news media, A(...)

Outside the foreign pages of newspapers the horrors of the refugee crisis have quietly slipped off the prime-time end of the news cycle. The global ou(...)

Toby Jones and Catherine Zeta-Jones in Dad’s Army. Photograph: Universal Pictures/PA Wire

The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon has seldom looked shabbier. And not in a good, comic way. It’s 1944 and as the Allied forces are gearing up (...)

Georgina Campbell with the leading actress award for ‘Murdered by My Boyfriend’  at the Baftas. Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Georgina Campbell (above) was a surprise Bafta winner, claiming the leading actress award, which had been largely tipped to be taken by Sheridan Smith(...)

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