Anya Taylor-Joy

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The Menu review – revenge is served hot in delicious haute cuisine satire
A bunch of ultra-wealthy foodies get more than they bargained for in this riotous black comedy starring Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy

Wendy Ide

20, Nov, 2022 @12:00 PM

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The Menu review – Ralph Fiennes celeb-chef horror comedy cooks up nasty surprise
Fiennes plays a culinary wizard to the super-rich who’s grown sick of his vain and greedy clientele

Peter Bradshaw

16, Nov, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Toronto film festival 2022 roundup – Spielberg, Mendes and a deep, joyous love of cinema
Steven Spielberg and Sam Mendes offered paeans to the silver screen, Viola Davis dazzled as a gung-ho warrior and Daniel Craig brought the house down

Wendy Ide

17, Sep, 2022 @11:00 AM

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The Menu review – darkly comic foodie thriller is tasty but undercooked
Toronto film festival: Ralph Fiennes is a sinister chef with a deviously designed menu in a fun, if throwaway, stew of class satire and torture porn

Benjamin Lee in Toronto

11, Sep, 2022 @6:43 PM

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Norse code: are white supremacists reading too much into The Northman?
Robert Eggers’ Viking blockbuster has already been hailed by white nationalists keen to exploit European mythology. Can Hollywood tell historical tales without unwittingly appealing to toxic ideologies?

Steve Rose

22, Apr, 2022 @5:00 AM

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The Witch: Robert Eggers’ folk horror debut worms its way under your skin
As The Northman arrives in cinemas, Eggers’ first feature – which also introduced Anya Taylor-Joy to audiences – values dread over cheap jump scares

Adam Fleet

19, Apr, 2022 @5:30 PM

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The Northman review – Robert Eggers’ brutal vision of vengeance and violence
Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Björk and Anya Taylor-Joy feature in a mesmerisingly outrageous take on the Norse myth that inspired Hamlet

Peter Bradshaw

11, Apr, 2022 @4:00 PM

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Peaky Blinders recap: series six, episode four – is Tommy his own worst enemy?
As the series moved beyond the halfway point, tragedy continued to stalk the Shelby family – alongside a little brotherly bonding and fascism coming to the fore

Michael Hogan

20, Mar, 2022 @10:00 PM

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Peaky Blinders recap: series six, episode three – Stephen Graham, at last
In the standout episode so far, Graham arrived as docker and union man Hayden Stagg, while Tommy set out on a tragic quest to learn about the hex on his family

Michael Hogan

13, Mar, 2022 @10:00 PM

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Peaky Blinders recap: series six, episode two – who is the grey man?
Desperate times for the Shelbys, as Tommy and his daughter Ruby both descend into hell. Are they cursed – and is there anyone who can lift it?

Michael Hogan

06, Mar, 2022 @10:00 PM

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Peaky Blinders recap: series six, episode one – Tommy Shelby’s back in business
As the Peaky’s leader gears up to take on the Boston mob, we say goodbye to beloved Aunt Polly, played by the late Helen McCrory

Michael Hogan

27, Feb, 2022 @10:00 PM

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Last Night in Soho review – a deliciously twisted journey back to London’s swinging past
Slasher fantasy and ghostly magic collide in Edgar Wright’s heady thriller about a fashion student who is mysteriously transported into the life of a 60s nightclub singer

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

31, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

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