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The Best British Films of the 21st Century, According to Critics
The folks at Massive Cinema polled 60 British film critics asking: What are the best British films released since 2000?
The 5 films that inspired Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog
Campion recently told the Academy Awards blog A Frame the five movies that helped inspire her and director of photography Ari Wegner’s vision for The Power of the Dog.
Best new movies and TV series on Disney+ Australia: March 2022
Wanna know what’s coming to the House of Mouse this month? Here’s your guide.
Keanu Reeves’ Favourite Movies
Keanu Reeves is the greatest person who ever lived.
Ben Affleck’s best movies, according to Matt Damon
Matt Damon told Entertainment Weekly what he thinks are his old pal’s best performances.
David Fincher’s Favourite Films
Master filmmaker David Fincher’s favourite 26 movies and where to watch them.
Sofia Coppola’s Favourite Movies
Sofia Coppola had to prove herself as a filmmaker in the shadow of her father’s larger-than-life career.
Barack Obama’s Favourite Movies from 2021
Today, Barack Obama listed his favourite movies of 2021 (and his favourite songs and books).
Quentin Tarantino’s Favourite Movies from 1992 to 2009
Why those 17 years? Says QT: “What’s special about that number is: these are the films that I admire the most that have come out since I have become a director myself.”
The best movies and shows coming to Neon this November
Yellowstone returns, so do The Great and Dexter!
Will the real Val Kilmer please stand up? 10 things we learned while watching Val
Misunderstood artist or just a “difficult” actor? Prime Video’s new documentary shows us many facets of the now-ailing performer.
Can Netflix’s A Classic Horror Story live up to its title?
For all its flaws, new Netflix horror is still enjoyably irreverent and gleefully gory.
Gunpowder Milkshake is a stylish, brutal and fast-paced action pic
“The action is beautifully choreographed, very creative, and surprisingly graphic.”
Karen Gillan and Carla Gugino tell us about kick-arse action pic Gunpowder Milkshake
“I think this is probably my highest male death count. It must be.”
25 years on, the Wachowskis’ Bound is a superb sexually-charged thriller
This classic low budget noir is torrid, steamy and unflinchingly erotic, but never sleazy.
Mank leads what are otherwise welcomely diverse Oscar nominees for 2021
The Father, Judas, Minari, Nomadland, Sound of Metal and Chicago 7 follow closely behind.
Review: Framing Britney Spears reframes the ‘Toxic’ singer’s toxic tabloid treatment
Examining Britney Spears as a victim of sexist media, and a person unable to control her own fortune, Framing Britney Spears carries an important message about how narratives can and should be rewritten, says critic Luke Buckmaster. Introductory moments of Framing Britney Spears suggest a story about fan-led rescue, almost a kind fan-led justice, born in […]
The full list of 2021 Golden Globe winners
Catch up on yesterday’s HFPA award winners.
Review: Engrossing Billie Eilish doco is full of unexpectedly moving moments
Doco hammers home the pressure and recognition that comes with stardom.
How the Justice League #SnyderCut can become a game-changer
With the long-hyped “SnyderCut” nearly upon us, critic Luke Buckmaster embarks on a crash-course in movie history to explain how this unusual project has an opportunity to become a game-changing production.
Tom Hanks’ 10 best: from dating mermaids to reading the news
Sometimes described as ‘the Jimmy Stewart of his generation’, the ever-reliable Tom Hanks delivers another compelling performance in News of the World.