Films starring Joel Edgerton

Gringo

By Naomi Wong

Nash “Brother of Joel” Edgerton directs this entertaining but lazily scripted Mexican crime caper.

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Red Sparrow

By Elena Lazic

Jennifer Lawrence plays a Soviet spy whose repeated abuse leaves a sour taste in the mouth.

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It Comes at Night

By Elena Lazic

This coldly affecting contagion horror excels in generating a sense of acute dread, but falls short on the story front.

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Midnight Special

By Adam Woodward

Writer/director Jeff Nichols reaches for the stars with this simply awesome sci-fi parable.

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Loving

By Christina Newland

Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton bring a quiet tenderness to this understated tale of racial prejudice in the Deep South.

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Jane Got a Gun

By David Jenkins

Natalie Portman has her finger firmly off the trigger in this calamitous faux feminist western.

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The Thing

By Ashley Clark

While the characterisation is thin and delivered in broad strokes, by the time havoc breaks loose it’s unlikely you’ll care too much.

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Warrior

By Adam Woodward

Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton star in this rousing, fiercely acted tale of sibling bonds bruised and bandaged.

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Animal Kingdom

By Jason Wood

David Michôd doesn’t put a foot wrong. The writing, direction and performances are first-rate.

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