Should we be wary when our favourite actors become superheroes?

By Tom Bond

The prospect of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel is cause for celebration and concern.

100 great female comedy performances – part 3

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Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.

Finding Dory

By Anton Bitel

Pixar’s latest transoceanic odyssey is a pixel-perfect comedy about learning to overcome adversity and disability.

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Newtown

By Matthew Eng

An emotional, vital account of the tragic 2012 mass shooting from documentary maker Kim A Snyder.

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The Commune

By David Jenkins

Thomas Vinterberg offers up the pros, cons and further cons of communal living experiments of the 1970s.

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Jason Bourne

By Manuela Lazic

Matt Damon’s black ops action man returns in a sequel primed for our social media-obsessed times. Uh-oh…

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Born to Be Blue

By Trevor Johnston

This carefully considered music biopic of narcotised jazzman Chet Baker really gets its man.

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Ming of Harlem: Twenty One Storeys in the Air

By David Jenkins

Did you hear the one about the guy who acquired a Bengal tiger and kept it in his New York apartment?

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Star Trek Beyond

By Anton Bitel

Simon Pegg brings the funny on script detail in this rollicking second sequel in the latest Trek adventure.

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