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By Ariel Klinghoffer

French graphic novel artist Nine Antico directs this uneven character study of a young woman looking for love.

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Dear Evan Hansen

By Corey Atad

This well-intentioned but glaringly wrongheaded adaptation of the Tony-winning musical is one of the year’s worst.

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Antlers

By Anton Bitel

A horned entity stalks Keri Russell’s school teacher in director Scott Cooper’s allegorical American horror story.

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Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers

By Greg Wetherall

This newly unearthed chronicle of the making of the American singer-songwriter’s favourite album is a gift for fans.

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Dune

By David Jenkins

Timothée Chalamet excels as space prince Paul Atreides in Denis Villeneuve’s spectacular widescreen epic.

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The French Dispatch

By Hannah Strong

Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage

By Hannah Strong

Tom Hardy returns as the reporter with an extraterrestrial monkey on his back in Andy Serkis’ zany comic book sequel.

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ear for eye

By David Jenkins

debbie tucker green adapts her own stage play to create a radical study of racial discourse in contemporary society.

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The Velvet Underground

By Michael Leader

Todd Haynes directs this definitive chronicle of the fabled avant-garde rock group, taking in everything from doo wop to pop art.

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Halloween Kills

By Adam Woodward

Michael Myers runs amok once more in director David Gordon Green’s strangely lacklustre slasher sequel.

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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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Freshman Year

By Emily Maskell

With this poignant rom-com, writer/director and star Cooper Raiff establishes himself as a vital voice for Gen Z.

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Anne at 13,000 Feet

By Charles Bramesco

A nursery worker finds inner peace through skydiving in writer/director Kazik Radwanski’s invigorating character study.

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No Time to Die

By Adam Woodward

Daniel Craig’s last dance as a Double-O agent brings the present chapter of the long-standing spy saga to a sentimental close.

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The Green Knight

By Hannah Strong

Dev Patel and Ralph Ineson face off in David Lowery’s adaptation of a popular Arthurian legend, with stylish results.

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Sweetheart

By Marina Ashioti

Teenage romance blossoms by the seaside in first-time director Marley Morrison’s caravan park-set coming-of-ager.

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Oasis Knebworth 1996

By Lou Thomas

The inside story of one of the great concerts in British rock ’n’ roll history is a welcome dose of ’90s nostalgia.

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