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Watch the intense first trailer for Bad Times at the El Royale

By Adam Woodward

Chris Hemsworth, Dakota Johnson and Jeff Bridges star in the latest from writer/director Drew Goddard.

The Big Lebowski: Why The F*ck?

By Luís Azevedo

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, we take a closer look at the Coen brothers’ cuss-filled classic.

In praise of John Heard’s performance in Cutter’s Way

By Danilo Castro

Alongside Jeff Bridges the late American actors gives a career-defining central turn.

10 great heist movies to get you in the mood for Baby Driver

By Ian Gilchrist

Classic crime-thrillers to seek out – from Rififi to Thief, Dog Day Afternoon to Reservoir Dogs.

Is this the most authentic boxing movie ever made?

By Joel Blackledge

John Huston’s Fat City is not a straightforward underdog story.

In praise of Robin Williams’ performance in The Fisher King

By James Clarke

The late actor is at his dangerous, dynamic best in this melancholy fantasy from Terry Gilliam.

David Mackenzie: ‘My film asks some important questions about America’

By Adam Woodward

The Hell or High Water director on the themes and influences that make up his finely crafted anti-western.

Hell or High Water

By Manuela Lazic

Jeff Bridges gives his best performance in years in this timely crime caper from David Mackenzie.

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Watch the rugged first trailer for Hell or High Water

By Poppy Doran

Ben Foster and Chris Pine play bank robbing brothers in David Mackenzie’s gritty neo-western.

In praise of Jane Fonda’s most underrated performance

By Mayukh Sen

Sidney Lumet’s The Morning After sees the acting icon at her brusque, contradictory best.

How Midnight Special evokes the pure emotion of Starman

By Adam Cook

Jeff Nichols’ stellar sci-fi parable draws inspiration from John Carpenter’s 1984 film.

TRON: Legacy

By Tom Seymour

The screen may glow in Joseph Kosinski’s sci-fi spectacle, but the soul lies cold.

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The AI List

By Adam Woodward

It’s the new technology that has hollywood’s top stars running scared, but will virtual actors ever take the place of the real thing?

Crazy Heart

By Lorien Haynes

Writer/director Scott Cooper clearly has potential, but he has trusted too much in his star alone.

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