Films starring Adam Driver

The Last Duel

By Rafaela Sales Ross

Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer star in Ridley Scott’s blunt-edged tale of masculinity and betrayal in the 14th century.

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Annette

By Hannah Strong

Leos Carax’s surreal, Sparks-scripted musical-of-sorts stars Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard as ill-fated lovers.

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The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

By Glenn Heath Jr

Terry Gilliam finally completes his passion project after 30 years of planning. He shouldn’t have bothered.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

By David Jenkins

The Star Wars saga comes to a close with a story that’s big on cameos and references, but short on excitement and surprises.

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The Report

By Hannah Strong

Scott Z Burns’ vital political drama investigates the CIA’s post 9/11 Detention and Interrogation Program.

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Marriage Story

By Matt Thrift

Noah Baumbach delivers what just might be his masterpiece with this bitterly funny divorce drama.

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The Dead Don’t Die

By Hannah Strong

A cast of Jim Jarmusch regulars attempt to ward off the zombie apocalypse in this allegorical horror-comedy.

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BlacKkKlansman

By Adam Woodward

A black cop infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in Spike Lee’s fiery, fiercely funny takedown of institutional racism.

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Logan Lucky

By David Jenkins

The return of the king – Steven Soderbergh is making movies again, and has delivered one of his all-time best.

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Silence

By Trevor Johnston

Scorsese’s monolithic passion project finally arrives, and it’s a ripped straight from his spiritually devout heart.

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Paterson

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

One of 2016’s finest pulls up just before the year ends, and Adam Driver is sat smiling at the wheel.

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While We’re Young

By Adam Woodward

Generational drift and the scourge of hipsterism are examined in Noah Baumbach’s bittersweet comedy of manners.

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Frances Ha

By Anton Bitel

Ahoy sexy! In which the great Greta Grewig stakes a convincing claim to the thrown of most loveable living screen actress.

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