Mark Lawson talks to the director about hope, despair and why he wants to make a sequel to Deadpool.
Fans cannot live on special effects alone. It is Andrew Garfield's super powers, as Peter Parker without the mask, that justify the explosions and non sequiturs that follow as soon as he puts it on.
From London leather men to prostitution in American suburbia, the renamed BFI Flare offered up an eclectic programme.
A cinematic paean to postwar London uses rare footage from the BFI. But has time edited out the boring bits?
Kate Winslet's part in dystopian drama Divergent might just represent the ideal new character type for the English actress: ice queen.
Civilisation as we know it could collapse in 15 years, something which is reflected in the viewing habits of today’s kids.
Two films into his directing career, the former star of the IT Crowd has yet to exhibit an original voice.
The director has done his Bible homework.
The patriotic superhero has been resurrected on screen in the past few years. John Gray argues that Cap's appeal lies in timeless ethics dating back to ancient Greece.
The director of the Oscar-winning A Separation returns with a new family drama, this time set in a Parisian suburb.
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