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The writer on making her first feature-length movie, motherhood and her lifelong friendship with Zachary Quinto.
Director John Carney has a lighter touch and also a greater sense of depth and poignancy.
Austen’s work has already been a launch-pad for literary spin-offs, but Stillman's film – and accompanying novel – do something intriguingly new.
With the cheapest-looking CGI and crummiest sets ever to have reached the screen, it's up to the plot to save Warcraft: The Beginning. . .
Disney can’t be lauded as heroes for, all of a sudden, being fine with an entire section of the world’s population.
The Jungle Book, The BFG, Pete’s Dragon and Beauty and the Beast are just one small part of the studio’s extensive strategy of live-action remakes.
In Loach's films, authenticity is everything, and when his quest for realism pays off, there's nothing as raw in all of cinema.
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