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In this hip and smacky drama-romance, a young woman drifts through parties, trying to find a higher purpose.
She changed popular music forever, but the “Mother of the Blues” is not the household name she deserves to be.
As fireworks lit up London's skyline, I thought of us all in the city below watching from our separate spaces.
In this story of a home birth gone wrong, director Kornél Mundruczó and screenwriter Kata Wéber reach for effects without quite knowing how to achieve them.
Bowie was 36 when he starred in Scott's 1983 erotic horror. Five years after his death, it feels strange and sad to see him contemplating his mortality in the prime of his youth.
The unorthodox philosophy that transformed a struggling mail-order DVD company into one of the tech industry’s great powers.
Though most aren’t showing in cinemas, a handful of streaming releases try to make the season bright.
New Statesman critic Ryan Gilbey chooses his top movies of the year.
This Kristen Stewart-Mackenzie Davis romcom asks “What if Meet the Parents had been 90 per cent gayer?”
Screenwriters don’t dream of getting their name above the title. But in this remarkable film, a screenwriter’s name is the title.
Gina Prince-Bythewood’s 2000 debut film is clear-eyed and serious about female ambition and gender roles.