Matthew McConaughey

Fool’s Gold – Why the McConaissance was a sham

By David Jenkins

Reappraising Matthew McConaughey’s maligned rom-com dark days.

Serenity

By Adam Woodward

LWLies intercepts a telecommunication between Matthew McConaughey and his agent.

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Matthew McConaughey kicks back in new The Beach Bum trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He’s taking it nice and easy in Harmony Korine’s follow-up to Spring Breakers.

White Boy Rick

By Caitlin Quinlan

A smalltime teenage drug-pusher turns FBI informant in director Yann Demange’s Detroit-set crime drama.

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Just Keep Livin’ – In praise of Dazed and Confused at 25

By Stephen Puddicombe

Richard Linklater’s seminal high school movie is the ultimate endorsement of living in the moment.

White Boy Rick – first look review

By Caitlin Quinlan

Newcomer Richie Merritt outshines co-star Matthew McConaughey in this gritty crime drama about a real-life teenage FBI informant.

The Dark Tower

By Elena Lazic

Idris Elba plays a cosmic gunslinger in this tame adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy saga.

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Watch the blistering first trailer for The Dark Tower

By Little White Lies

Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey duke it out in this trigger-happy fantasy western.

Gold

By David Jenkins

Insane avarice in the 1980s leads a balding Matthew McConaughey into the wilds of Indonesia.

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Sing

By Manuela Lazic

Don’t miss this animated jukebox musical from Son of Rambow director Garth Jennings.

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Blue Collar Blues – Southern identity and disillusionment in the cinema of Jeff Nichols

By Glenn Heath Jr

Each of the Arkansas director’s films addresses pressing social concerns affecting working-class white voters.

Free State of Jones

By Adam Woodward

Matthew McConaughey suffers from white saviour complex in this deeply problematic Civil War drama.

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Sing – first look review

By Manuela Lazic

Brit director Garth Jennings turns his hand to an eccentric animated singing competition in this utterly delightful new work.

Mud

By Adam Woodward

Matthew McConaughey’s sublime transformation into A Serious Actor continues apace with this ripping Souther thriller.

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