Ed Harris

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Westworld season four review – nothing but a humdrum dramedy about sad singletons
The Man in Black is back! And Ariana DeBose joins as a glum twentysomething trawling dating apps. Has the show that once asked the biggest questions about humanity and technology really come to this?

Jack Seale

27, Jun, 2022 @9:10 PM

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Top Gun: Maverick review – Tom Cruise is still speedy, less needy in a rock’n’roll sequel
Cruise presides over some surprising differences from his first outing as the navy pilot hotshot in a film that’s missing the homoerotic tensions of the 80s original

Peter Bradshaw

12, May, 2022 @1:17 PM

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The Lost Daughter review – Olivia Colman shines in Elena Ferrante missing-kid drama
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s stylish directorial debut, adapted from Ferrante’s novel, is led by a central performance of real star quality

Peter Bradshaw

16, Dec, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Knightriders: young Ed Harris leads an outcast kingdom of role-playing medieval bikers
George A Romero’s sprawling, overlooked 1981 film has an outrageous setup but never punches down

Nick Buckley

13, Jul, 2021 @5:30 PM

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The Last Full Measure review – half-hearted salute to an American hero
Samuel L Jackson and Peter Fonda add heft to this by-the-numbers story of a Vietnam medic’s posthumous appreciation

Cath Clarke

28, May, 2020 @6:00 AM

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The Abyss at 30: why James Cameron's sci-fi epic is really about love
The director’s underwater folly might have flopped on release in 1989 but in the years since, various new cuts have granted it many more lives

Scott Tobias

09, Aug, 2019 @6:00 AM

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Good for Otto review – Ed Harris offers simplistic therapy in David Rabe's drama
The actor stars in an intimately staged yet strangely old-fashioned rendition of the Tony award-winning writer’s play

Alexis Soloski

09, Mar, 2018 @12:00 AM

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Geostorm review – Gerard Butler's dull disaster movie is a washout
An ill-timed action thriller about a rogue weather-controlling system is as clunky as its premise and dumber than a street full of hailstones

Charles Bramesco

20, Oct, 2017 @8:54 PM

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Mother! review – a complicated labour for Jennifer Lawrence…
Darren Aronofsky’s darkly comic blend of home-invasion nightmare and eco-parable takes some digesting – but it’s worth it

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

17, Sep, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Venice film festival 2017: murder and mayhem on the Lido
In a festival low on dazzle, a dark comedy thriller from Martin McDonagh shone out, as did a trippy colonial drama set in Paraguay

Jonathan Romney

10, Sep, 2017 @7:32 AM

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Mother! review – no gob left unsmacked in Jennifer Lawrence's anxiety dream of horror and dismay
Lawrence and Javier Bardem play a husband and wife whose isolated house is invaded by another married couple in Darren Aronofsky’s black-comic nightmare

Peter Bradshaw

05, Sep, 2017 @9:37 PM

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'It was like meeting a cowboy': Ed Harris, Kathy Burke and others remember Sam Shepard
Ed Harris played pool with him. Kathy Burke called him to say sorry. He gave Lynn Nottage some 3am advice and watched the chaos of 9/11 with Matthew Warchus. Theatre stars share their encounters with the great playwright

Interviews by Chris Wiegand

02, Aug, 2017 @1:06 PM

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