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Marisa Tomei: I only got to be old very recently A quarter of a century after winning an Oscar for My Cousin Vinny, the actor is causing a stir as Spider-Mans Aunt May. She talks about being allowed to get old and her reputation as a great on-screen kisserT oo hot, too young, too sexy: these were the cr
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Film-maker Asif Kapadia: Maradona is the third part of a trilogy about child geniuses and fame The director of Senna and Amy on falling in love with his subjects, tackling Maradona, and how his films resemble pop artLondon-born director Asif Kapadia is known for his true fiction documentaries: 2010s groundbreaking Senna, about the Formula One icon
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Okja review a creature feature to get your teeth into Korean director Bong Joon Hos genetically modified satire puts a skewer through the meat industry while also shaking up the future of filmA few months ago, BBC iPlayer released Carnage, a sci-fi inflected satire written and directed by Simon Amstell, set
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Nowhere: a response to the housing crisis by poet Tony Walsh audio The poet, writer and performer who grew up in social housing in Manchester performs a specially composed poem in response to issues raised in the documentary Dispossession: The Great Housing Swindle Continue reading...
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Fifty Shades Darker; 20th Century Women; Patriots Day and more review The second Fifty Shades is flawed but easy on the eye, while Annette Bening gives the performance of her life as a single mother in 70s LAI dont believe in the term guilty pleasure: if a film, however ropey, gives me pleasure, Im not ashamed to concede th
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Transformers: The Last Knight review chuck this mess on the scrapheap The impenetrable fifth film in the franchise proves that director Michael Bay has run out of ideasI would hazard a guess that Michael Bay would sooner lose his own testicles than hand over the reins of the Transformers franchise. In fact, given the swilli
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Hampstead review ghastly faux-mance Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star as an unlikely couple in this prettified version of a homeless mans storyThe real-life story of a homeless man who built a shack on the edge of Londons Hampstead Heath is scrubbed down, disinfected and prettified for
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In This Corner of the World review 1940s Japan through the eyes of a teen A girl is married off to a boy she barely knows in this rich but unfocused animeSet in and near Hiroshima during the second world war, this gentle but slightly unfocused anime looks at Japan through the eyes of an 18-year-old girl. Suzu (voiced by Non) is
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Edith Walks review a walk on the wild side Andrew Ktting explores the legacy of King Harold and his wife in this wonderfully eccentric filmTheres something uniquely wonderful about the unfettered pagan spirit of Andrew Ktting. His film-making has an anarchic lawlessness; a refreshing alternative t
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Souvenir review nul points for Huppert Isabelle Huppert fails to convince as a former Eurovision singer whos persuaded to return to the stageEven the great Isabelle Huppert can have a misfire, it seems. In this drama, she plays a former singer who narrowly missed Eurovision greatness. Now, 30
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