Ryan Gilbey is the New Statesman's film critic. He is also the author of It Don't Worry Me (Faber), about 1970s US cinema, and a study of Groundhog Day in the "Modern Classics" series (BFI Publishing). He was named reviewer of the year in the 2007 Press Gazette awards.

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Ryan Gilbey on film
08 February 2013
Five videogame-related movies to savour.
Ryan Gilbey on film
07 February 2013
Advertising and your brain.
Ryan Gilbey on film
31 January 2013
Flight (15) dir: Robert Zemeckis Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to welcome you aboard this non-stop review of...
Ryan Gilbey on film
30 January 2013
When is a film-maker is past his prime?
Ryan Gilbey on film
25 January 2013
Not much love out there for Hitchcock so far. I don’t mean the director, of course. He got plenty last year. But...
Ryan Gilbey on film
24 January 2013
A demented love story.
Ryan Gilbey on film
18 January 2013
Django Unchained (18) Dir: Quentin Tarantino Quentin Tarantino’s last film, the wartime wish-fulfilment...
Ryan Gilbey on film
17 January 2013
No one who watches American movies regularly is ever likely to bemoan a lack of father/son stories. At times it can...
Cultural Capital
16 January 2013
George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Brendan Fraser, Richard Gere, Hugh Jackman, Will Smith, Kevin Spacey, John Travolta. What...
Ryan Gilbey on film
15 January 2013
The great Japanese director Nagisa Oshima has died aged 80. He was one of cinema’s enduring sensualists, and...
Cultural Capital
10 January 2013
Poor Ben Affleck.
Ryan Gilbey on film
04 January 2013
Another decade, another Roman Polanski retrospective at London’s BFI Southbank. (Though it was still called...
Ryan Gilbey on film
03 January 2013
Big screen highlights.
Ryan Gilbey on film
24 December 2012
Life of Pi - review.
Ryan Gilbey on film
17 December 2012
Includes categories others ignore.

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