Emily Blunt

Weighing up Hollywood’s fixation with the War on Drugs

By Finley Crebolder

The trade in illegal drugs between Latin America and the US has been a favoured subject for mainstream filmmakers for decades.

A Quiet Place

By Anton Bitel

There’s much to admire about this muted horror from actor-director John Krasinksi.

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The Girl on the Train

By David Jenkins

Emily Blunt stars as a tipsy murder witness in this crushingly perfunctory literary adaptation.

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Why Edge of Tomorrow is the greatest blockbuster of the 21st century

By Craig Williams

This tricksy, time-looping caper acts as a telling metaphor for the repeated resurgence of its leading man, Tom Cruise.

Dreaming Big – The greatest blockbusters of the 21st century

By Little White Lies

Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.

Into the Woods

By Adam Woodward

A sing-a-long review of this delightful screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical.

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Edge of Tomorrow

By David Jenkins

A weedy Crusier is dropped into a time-switching sci-fi set-up, with undeniably interesting results.

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Looper

By Matt Bochenski

Meet Looper, by a country mile the most resourceful, vivacious and savage science fiction movie of 2012.

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