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Anthony Hopkins gives a gale-force performance in a role that demands a head-spinning range of emotional shifts.
Frances McDormand plays a flinty, 60-something widow, but is surrounded by real figures from the non-fiction book, playing themselves.
The aesthetics and politics of this candy-coloured revenge thriller feel oddly dated – ten years behind contemporary culture.
Nicole Holofcener’s 2013 romantic comedy captures Gandolfini’s spirit and irrepressible charm.
The film’s over-simplification and outdated statistics risk adding to the challenges already facing the world’s oceans.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan star as windswept lovers in a movie that is more than just “Portrait of a Lady with Fossils”.
Her sly, rich novels do not seem tailor-made for cinema – but 100 years after her birth, Highsmith’s compelling characters are indelible on screen.
This satire-cum-sex-comedy is a funny, sly rebuke to the enduring myth of free love.
A dearth of glossier and more extravagant “event” movies has given Nomadland and other small films a greater chance of winning.
The Golden Globe-winning drama follows a Korean-American family, telling a tender tale of rural struggle.
Set in the 1950s, the movie is a lesson in the suffocating domesticity that women of that time faced.