Films starring Ewan McGregor


By Kambole Campbell

Guillermo del Toro finally realises his long-gestating passion project, with charming results.

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Birds of Prey

By Hannah Strong

Margot Robbie brings anarchy and attitude to the DCEU in Cathy Yan’s pop-punk ode to womanhood.

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Doctor Sleep

By Anton Bitel

Ewan McGregor retreads familiar ground in this sequel to Stephen King’s (and Stanley Kubrick’s) The Shining.


Christopher Robin

By Ella Kemp

Piglet, Pooh and Tigger too are brought back to life in this big-hearted Disney live-action animation.


T2 Trainspotting

By David Jenkins

They’ve decided to bring the band back together. They really shouldn’t have bothered.


American Pastoral

By Elena Lazic

Ewan McGregor shoots for the moon with his director debut, an adaptation of one of Philip Roth's best novels.


Our Kind of Traitor

By David Jenkins

This Brit spy thriller starring Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris is a solid calling card for director Susanna White.


Miles Ahead

By Trevor Johnston

Don Cheadle’s passionate tribute to the late jazz icon fails to hit all the right beats.


Jane Got a Gun

By David Jenkins

Natalie Portman has her finger firmly off the trigger in this calamitous faux feminist western.


Son of a Gun

By Emma Simmonds

Superficial pleasures aside, this sun-bleached buddy crime flick is too light for the long game.



By Michael Leader

Despite a stand-out performance from an old pro, Beginners keeps the audience at a distance.


I Love You Phillip Morris

By Alexander Pashby

The fact it’s based on a true story is the only convincing thing about Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s directorial debut.


Cassandra’s Dream

By Emma Patterson

Woody Allen’s latest is thoroughly entertaining – but for all the wrong reasons.


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