Guy Pearce

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Guy Pearce: ‘There’s always someone you want to punch’
Neighbours launched him, and since then the star of Memento and Zone 414 has seized his Hollywood roles with a unique intensity. He talks about death, drugs, being a dad and divorce

Ryan Gilbey

30, Sep, 2021 @3:00 PM

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Zone 414 review – Guy Pearce grimaces through soulless Blade Runner clone
Pearce, chasing after a sinister tech billionaire’s lost daughter, gives undeserved credibility to a feeble sci-fi bereft of real ideas

Cath Clarke

30, Sep, 2021 @7:00 AM

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The Seventh Day review – Guy Pearce’s hipster priest dices with the devil
Training Day meets the Exorcist in this satanic horror as a nattily dressed cleric reveals the ways of evil to a young acolyte

Leslie Felperin

22, Apr, 2021 @10:00 AM

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Memento at 20: Christopher Nolan's memory thriller is hard to forget
The ambitiously structured noir gave us an early sign of what was to come from the director who would go on to bigger, if not always better, things

Scott Tobias

16, Mar, 2021 @6:28 AM

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From Memento to Interstellar: our writers pick their favourite Christopher Nolan films
With the much-anticipated staggered release of Tenet, writers argue why each of Christopher Nolan’s 10 previous films should be seen as his best

Beatrice Loayza, Peter Bradshaw, Benjamin Lee, Wendy Ide, Charles Bramesco, Radheyan Simonpillai, Adrian Horton, Noah Gittell, Jordan Hoffman and Steve Rose

27, Aug, 2020 @6:24 AM

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My streaming gem: why you should watch Lockout
The latest in our series of writers recommending under-appreciated gems is an ode to a schlocky yet gleefully entertaining action thriller

Luke Holland

22, Jun, 2020 @6:25 AM

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My streaming gem: why you should watch Results
Continuing a series of writers highlighting underseen films available to stream, a recommendation for a warm and humane comedy about an unusual love triangle

Scott Tobias

20, Apr, 2020 @7:15 AM

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The Guardian view on the new Scrooge: a charismatic antihero for Christmas | Editorial
Editorial: Guy Pearce’s reinvention of Charles Dickens’ creation has been the real revelation of the holiday television schedules

Editorial

23, Dec, 2019 @6:32 PM

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The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert review – riotous return trip
In this smart, lovable gem, now rereleased, a trans woman and two drag queens kick up the dust in Australia’s outback

Peter Bradshaw

07, Jun, 2019 @10:00 AM

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Mary Queen of Scots review – power and passion in a battle royal
Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan excel as wily foes in Josie Rourke’s striking take on the rivalry between Elizabeth I and her Scottish cousin

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

20, Jan, 2019 @8:00 AM

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From Storm Boy to Breath: the 10 best Australian beach films | Luke Buckmaster
Australian beach films have celebrated everything from life, love and freedom to the flesh-piercing dangers of renegade umbrellas

Luke Buckmaster

19, Jan, 2019 @9:21 PM

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The 10 best Australian TV shows of 2018: a picnic, rush hour and outback noir
The public broadcasters dominate again, in a great year for the telling of marginalised stories

Luke Buckmaster

16, Dec, 2018 @5:00 PM

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