Films starring George Clooney

Money Monster

By David Jenkins

Jodie Foster swings for the Wall Street fat cats and misses by miles in this thin thriller which premiered in Cannes.

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Hail, Caesar!

By David Jenkins

The Coen brothers return in scintillating and provocative form with this complex satire of 1950s Hollywood.

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Tomorrowland A World Beyond

By David Jenkins

Brad Bird’s sparkling sci-fi blockbuster is powered by big ideas and wide-eyed inquiry.

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Fantastic Mr Fox

By Matt Bochenski

Fantastic Mr Fox will renew your faith in a true American original.

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The Monuments Men

By Adam Woodward

George Clooney socks it to the Nazis in this rambling adventure yarn with an all-star cast.

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Gravity

By David Jenkins

The trailers were right for once – Alfonso Cuarón’s disaster movie set in space is one of the year’s best.

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The Descendants

By Adam Woodward

A confident return to the feature filmmaking fold from Alexander Payne featuring a champagne turn from George Clooney.

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The Ides of March

By Jonathan Crocker

George Clooney writes, directs and stars in this superb political ensemble drama.

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Burn After Reading

By Kevin Maher

The Coen brothers strike comedy gold with this thrillingly barmy ensemble farce.

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Michael Clayton

By Lorien Haynes

Michael Clayton, the new one from director Tony Gilroy, is so grey it leaves a metallic taste in the mouth.

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The Good German

By Matt Bochenski

Steven Soderbergh’s monochrome mystery has a winning, slightly oddball charm, and Cate Blanchett is brilliant.

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