Films starring Rachel Weisz

The Mercy

By David Jenkins

Colin Firth heads for the open ocean in this mysterious drama from British writer/director James Marsh.

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My Cousin Rachel

By David Jenkins

Roger Michell’s plush adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s mystery romance novel fails to leave a lasting impression.

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Denial

By Trevor Johnston

Rachel Weisz rails against Nazi apologists in this sturdy court room drama for the ‘post-truth’ age.

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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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Youth

By Adam Woodward

A legend of British cinema teams with Italy’s master of screen sensuality to tell a sparkling tale of nostalgia and sorrow.

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The Lobster

By Trevor Johnston

Director Yorgos Lanthimos proves he’s still got plenty left up his sleeve with this dark dystopic satire.

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360

By Paul Fairclough

Fernando Meirelles globetrotting ensemble drama is a contrived, bubble-wrapped portrait of the global village.

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The Bourne Legacy

By Adam Lee Davies

Far from being a lean and exciting action caper, The Bourne Legacy wastes far too much time trying to justify its own existence.

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The Deep Blue Sea

By Jason Wood

Terence Davies’ wartime tragi-romance is filmmaking of the highest order.

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The Brothers Bloom

By Adam Woodward

As Rian Johnson’s difficult second album, The Brothers Bloom is more an anti-climax than a letdown.

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The Fountain

By Matt Bochenski

An emotional powerhouse that sucks you in and rips you apart layer by layer. An unparalleled experience.

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