By Leigh Singer
In a new video essay, Leigh Singer explores a curious modern phenomenon...
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By Lynsey Ford
Fifty years ago, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper birthed arguably the defining film of America’s counterculture era.
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With Leonardo DiCaprio and Joaquin Phoenix in line to play Gotham’s terroriser in chief, we explore the enduring appeal of a comic book icon.
Now’s your chance to own a piece of film history – along with Jack Nicholson’s corduroy jacket.
What is it that makes maverick character actors like Jack Nicholson so dangerously irresistible?
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On the occasion of Jack Nicholson’s 80th, the BFI give this tragicomic classic another big screen run out.
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The actor delivers arguably his finest hour in Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail.
The Hollywood veteran is coming out of retirement for a new version of Maren Ade’s sublime comedy.
Tim Burton’s 1992 sequel is a film of utter chaos – what’s more holiday appropriate than that?
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Fifty years ago, The Shooting and Ride in the Whirlwind kicked off the ultimate counter-cultural genre.