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Fourteen years after the first film, but mere months in the making, Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat returns in this biting satirical sequel.
New documentaries featuring David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg are uneasy about their stars' hero status.
Collaging home movies and contemporary footage, Time is an impressionistic study of one woman’s attempts to see her husband released from jail.
The joy is in watching the vulnerable Erica Benton (Jill Clayburgh) build herself back up.
Not for the first time, staff at the cinema chain have been angered by poor communication from CEO Mooky Greidinger.
Viewers may find Bill Murray less charming than the film does in this breezy father-daughter caper.
The film's structure of two halves is perfectly suited to its genre, which is arguably that of the marriage comedy.
Director Sarah Gavron, writers Theresa Ikoko and Claire Wilson, and actors Bukky Bakray and Kosar Ali on how they made a story of contemporary sisterhood.
The history of the RAR movement, from Eric Clapton's racist comments in 1976 to the 1978 Victoria Park concert.
The floating city of Venice and its winding canals serve as the backdrop to a dark tale in The Comfort of Strangers.
Kaufman's I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a philosophical comedy-horror available on Netflix; while Nolan's Tenet is an action spectacular only showing in theatres.