The curious case of the six-foot rabbit
By Philip Kerr - 28 October 12:00

Film - Philip Kerr enjoys a weird but wonderful debut by a young American director

Mummy's boys
By Philip Kerr - 21 October 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr isn't frightened by Hannibal Lecter's latest outing

Boys will be boys
By Philip Kerr - 14 October 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on why an acclaimed portrait of Iranian life is no more radical than a home movie

Fat chance
By Philip Kerr - 07 October 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on what really happens in a Chinese massage parlour

Print the legend
By Philip Kerr - 30 September 13:00

And Why Not? (As I Never Did Say): memoirs of a film lover

Barry Norman <em>Simon & Schuster, 349p

It's all in the detail
By Philip Kerr - 30 September 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on a portrait of the Depression that is as persuasive as it is beautiful

How to become an armchair polyglot
By Philip Kerr - 23 September 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on why watching foreign films makes you feel superior

Endless shagging
By Alex Gibbons - 16 September 13:00

Ash Wednesday

Ethan Hawke <em>Bloomsbury, 221pp, £14.99</em>

ISBN 074756003X

A case of mistaken identity
By Philip Kerr - 16 September 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr enjoys a good, old-fashioned thriller, especially the car chase

Sleepless in Los Angeles
By Philip Kerr - 09 September 13:00

Philip Kerr is impressed by two stars who haven’t lost their appetite for acting.

Not so sweet
By Philip Kerr - 02 September 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr has no stomach for this indigestible, tasteless confection

What a carve-up
By William Cook - 02 September 13:00

Comedy - William Cook on the kind hearts who saved Ealing studios

Film - Holmes, sweet Holmes
By William Cook - 26 August 13:00

William Cook watches a once talented director feed off his own corpse

Screen double
By Douglas McCabe - 19 August 13:00

Celluloid Skyline

James Sanders <em>Bloomsbury, 496pp, £30</em>

ISBN 0747559791

Film - Talking about a revolution
By Philip Kerr - 12 August 13:00

Philip Kerr on a bleak and unforgiving portrait of rural life in modern China

Indian summer - Bombay takeaway
By Kamila Shamsie - 12 August 13:00

Kamila Shamsie on the British appetite for a taste of inauthentic India

Hitting the base notes
By Philip Kerr - 05 August 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr salutes two vulgar, offensive, puerile icons - Austin Powers and Mozart

Shooting stars
By Jillian Edelstein - 05 August 13:00

Photography - Jillian Edelstein on the remarkable woman whose work falls between Marlene Dietrich's

A real Travolta
By Philip Kerr - 29 July 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr coins a phrase for hugely expensive second-rate duds

Secrets of the cloth
By Philip Kerr - 22 July 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on a powerful expose of the most culpable silence in history

Mr smith goes to . . . Johnny Depp's set
By Stephen Smith - 22 July 13:00

No party in the royal park

Dog doo
By Philip Kerr - 15 July 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr wishes that someone had told the film execs: "Scooby don't"

NS Essay - Whatever happened to popular culture?
By D J Taylor - 15 July 13:00

A generation ago, a man like the Singing Postman, with his authentic folk poetry, could still flouri

The unlimited dream company
By J G Ballard - 08 July 13:00

Hollywood makes adolescents of us all and provides the role models for the world's top leaders

Crime watch
By Philip Kerr - 08 July 13:00

Philip Kerr finds some philosophical inconsistencies at the heart of <em>Minority Report</em>

The mother of all battles
By Parminder Vir - 08 July 13:00

Until women emerge from the shadows, the conflicts of the Islamic world will not be resolved, argues

Overexposed
By Philip Kerr - 01 July 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on what happens when women take their clothes off

Toothless
By Philip Kerr - 24 June 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr finds that <em>Novocaine </em>is less interesting than a visit to the dentist

A shocking cheek
By Philip Kerr - 17 June 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr on Hollywood's prurient fascination with the death penalty

Future schlock
By Philip Kerr - 10 June 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr says the new time machine fails to make progress

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