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Thirty-six years later, the star returns to his fighter pilot role in a richly satisfying blockbuster
Also reviewed: Park Chan-wook’s satisfying noir Decision to Leave
Since Bugs Bunny they have been underrated, but Nancy Cartwright, who plays Bart Simpson, says things are changing
Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart star in the tale of a man whose party trick is having his organs cut out
‘Normal People’ star Paul Mescal charms in a graceful, sun-kissed story about a father and a daughter
George Miller directs Elba and a buttoned-down Tilda Swinton in a kaleidoscopic, warm-hearted fantasy epic
Palme d’Or-winner Ruben Östlund returns with perfect pecs, vom-com and Woody Harrelson at sea
New films about the fight for women’s rights offer deeply felt, careful contributions to the debate on abortion — but will they change anyone’s mind?
Early reviews of Russian drama ‘Tchaikovsky’s Wife’, French-Senegalese war movie ‘Father and Soldier’ and New York coming-of-age tale ‘Armageddon Time’
‘Benediction’ is a moving portrait of Siegfried Sassoon; ‘Emergency’ gives a twist to the college romp; magic realism in ‘The Innocents’; Arnaud Desplechin adapts Philip Roth’s ‘Deception’; Michelle Yeoh stars in ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’; ‘Vortex’ is a the story of a dying couple — all reviewed by Danny Leigh
A misjudged take by Arnaud Desplechin on the novelist’s 1990 book stars Léa Seydoux
A last night of hedonism is disrupted in this astringent yet comic film
War is ever present in Terence Davies’s film of the poet’s life
Canny visual storyteller Eskil Vogt blurs horror with the Proustian stuff of everyday childhood
The pair review television as well as films in their new series for Sony
Those behind the camera often have the most interesting style
Leah Purcell writes, directs and stars as a mother going it alone, who takes in an Indigenous man accused of murder
The star’s charisma propels the story of a fighter turned actor who longs to become a priest
Director Gaspar Noé puts aside his usual shock tactics to contemplate the dying of the light with mournful restraint
Michelle Yeoh plays a suburban mom thrust into the multiverse in a mix of martial arts, family drama and existential panic
The Malaysian actress on changes in Hollywood and turning to surreal comedy in the surprise indie hit ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’
What does the advent of ‘intimacy co-ordinators’ say about our changing attitudes?
How about ‘When Harry Left Sally’? Or maybe something from ‘The Godfather’ cinematic universe?
Chris Pine convinces as an injured US special forces soldier left out in the cold