Films starring Michael Fassbender

Song to Song

By David Jenkins

Terrence Malick’s dazzling romance is a film that will be talked about for decades to come.

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Alien: Covenant

By Adam Woodward

Ridley Scott delivers a baroque monster movie that’s better than Prometheus.

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Trespass Against Us

By Phil Concannon

Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson are terrific in this sturdy traveller drama from first-time director Adam Smith.

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Assassin’s Creed

By Elena Lazic

Michael Fassbender attempts to rescue the humble video game movie in this fantasy epic. The results are baffling.

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The Light Between Oceans

By David Jenkins

Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander get hit by a deluge of Emotion in Derek Cianfrance’s period melodrama.

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X-Men: Apocalypse

By Adam Woodward

The third instalment in the rebooted comic book franchise is a colossal failure on every conceivable level.

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Steve Jobs

By Ashley Clark

This triple-pronged character study of the Apple godhead is bogged down in reams of self-satisfied Sorkinese.

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Macbeth

By Anton Bitel

A vital reimagining of ʻThe Scottish Play’ with stellar turns from Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.

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Slow West

By Adam Woodward

Michael Fassbender shows his true grit in this gratifying and extremely violent saunter through Old America.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past

By Chris Blohm

A cast of thousands join together for this romping and witty superhero sequel from Bryan Singer.

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Frank

By Adam Woodward

Michael Fassbender stars as the artist formally known as Frank Sidebottom in this spiky music industry satire.

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12 Years a Slave

By Ashley Clark

One of Britain’s greatest living filmmakers offers an outraged, intense and artful examination of American slavery.

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The Counsellor

By Adam Lee Davies

Ridley Scott directing. Cormac McCarthy writing. Michael Fassbender starring. What could possibly go wrong?

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Prometheus

By Matt Bochenski

Ridley Scott’s sci-fi saga is an overreaching folly that’s well worth seeing on the biggest screen possible.

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Haywire

By Adam Woodward

Steven Soderbergh rallies together another strong A-list ensemble, but the result is surprisingly lacklustre.

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X-Men: First Class

By Jonathan Williams

Not the phoenix like rebirth the X-Men needed, but a shot of adrenalin to the heart nonetheless.

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Fish Tank

By David Jenkins

Lean, empathetic and dramatically credible portrait of desperation and desire on the cider-splashed streets of adolescence.

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