Gemma Arterton

Peek into the UK’s secret history in The King’s Man trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson star in the espionage prequel.

Vita and Virginia

By David Jenkins

A handsome if underpowered period drama on literary lesbianism and the early career of Virginia Woolf.

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BFI Flare and the changing landscape of queer cinema

By Megan Christopher

This year’s festival brought a diverse mix of LGBT-themed stories – as well as some star names.

The Escape

By Adam Woodward

Gemma Arterton excels in this quietly devastating character study about a desperate housewife.

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Gemma Arterton: ‘I can definitely tell when a woman has written a script’

By David Jenkins

The British leading lady discusses her role in the delightful Blitz-era comedy-drama, Their Finest.

Their Finest

By David Jenkins

Gemma Arterton gives Blighty a much-needed morale boost in this charming wartime comedy-drama.

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Byzantium

By Anton Bitel

Bloodsuckers hit the beach in Neil Jordan’s woozy and extremely violent British noir.

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Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

By David Jenkins

How could a gore-flecked take on the beloved Brothers’ Grimm fairy tale turn out to be such a write-off?

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Tamara Drewe

By Matt Bochenski

Stripping away the dazzling veneer of sun-dappled privilege, Stephen Frears reveals a world of betrayal, desperation, bitterness and regret.

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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

By Matt Bochenski

The problem in this empty cinema of spectacle is that there are hardly any arresting images or memorable moments.

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Clash of the Titans

By Tom Seymour

A big-budget 3D remake of a classic and popular spectacle film starring the guy from Avatar.

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