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Southpaw

By Adam Woodward

A classic underdog saga comes full circle in this low impact boxing drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

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Dark Horse

By Omer Ali

Arch misanthropist Todd Solondz tones down the glum in this bitterly funny profile of a thirtysomething living with his folks.

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The dirty tricks and shady tactics of Adam Curtis

By David Jenkins

In his sprawling new work for the BBC, HyperNormalisation, Adam Curtis reveals his limited range as a filmmaker.

Every Arnold Schwarzenegger movie – ranked

By Little White Lies

From Commando to Conan, Terminator to Twins, we size up the cultural icon’s ample body of work.

The Big Sick does stand-up comedy right by doing it wrong

By Nick Chen

Kumail Nanjiani’s portrayal of a professional joke-teller is refreshingly honest and authentic.

100 great female comedy performances – part 3

By Little White Lies

Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.


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Ben Wheatley: ‘I didn’t get anywhere with film until I stopped caring’

By Adam Woodward

The Free Fire writer/director opens up about his colourful past, and why he’s desperate to make a rom-com.

Paul Schrader: ‘In the ’70s it wasn’t that the films were better, it was the audiences’

By Matt Thrift

The veteran Hollywood maverick talks Dog Eat Dog, Scorsese and the challenges of modern moviemaking.

Rooney Mara: The Look of Silence

By Adam Woodward

The Carol star tells us how she has managed to pack so much into her short career.


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