Jesse Plemons

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From Barbie to Creed III: the 2023 films Guardian writers are most excited about
The next 12 months offers a wide range of tantalising new movies. Here are the ones our critics are most intrigued about

Scott Tobias, Charles Bramesco, Adrian Horton, Veronica Esposito, Benjamin Lee, Jesse Hassenger, Guy Lodge, Radheyan Simonpillai, Andrew Lawrence, Lauren Mechling and Andrew Pulver

05, Jan, 2023 @7:08 AM

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Amy Schumer: I received death threats after Oscars seat-filler joke
Actor says ‘the misogyny is unbelievable’ after the response to her pretending to mistake Kirsten Dunst for a placeholding stand-in

Catherine Shoard

14, Apr, 2022 @9:02 AM

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Why The Power of the Dog should win the best picture Oscar
Jane Campion’s uncompromising, uneasy 1920s drama delivers a career-best performance by Benedict Cumberbatch and marks a victory for queer films at large

Benjamin Lee

25, Mar, 2022 @8:00 AM

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Windfall review – talky Netflix crime thriller brings little reward
Jesse Plemons, Jason Segel and Lily Collins are wasted in a ho-hum Covid-shot crime drama that struggles to distinguish itself

Benjamin Lee

18, Mar, 2022 @1:37 PM

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My streaming gem: why you should watch Other People
The latest in our series of writers highlighting lesser known films available to stream is a comedy drama starring Jesse Plemons as a writer whose mother is dying

Jim Farber

18, Feb, 2022 @7:15 AM

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The 50 best films of 2021 in the US, No 1: The Power of the Dog
Set in 1920s Montana, Janes Campion’s first feature film in over a decade is a highly original western psychodrama and our favourite of 2021

Peter Bradshaw

17, Dec, 2021 @12:00 PM

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The 50 best films of 2021 in the UK, No 1: The Power of the Dog
With Benedict Cumberbatch as a jeeringly malicious cowboy in 1920s Montana, Jane Campion’s taut, western psychodrama is our best film of 2021

Peter Bradshaw

17, Dec, 2021 @8:00 AM

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The Power of the Dog review – Jane Campion’s full-blooded, emotional western
Kirsten Dunst’s Rose is caught between her husband and Benedict Cumberbatch’s hard-bitten brother-in-law in this poetic return from the New Zealand director

Wendy Ide

20, Nov, 2021 @3:00 PM

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The Power of the Dog review – Jane Campion’s superb gothic western is mysterious and menacing
Slow-burning psychodrama about two warring brothers on a ranch in 1920s Montana is one of the director’s best

Peter Bradshaw

17, Nov, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Antlers review – dull, self-serious Del Toro-produced monster movie
A ponderous yet mostly empty creature feature from Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper confuses grimness for substance

Benjamin Lee

26, Oct, 2021 @6:05 AM

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The Power of the Dog review – Campion and Cumberbatch’s beautiful, brawny western
Jane Campion’s view on the wreckage men cause is welcome in this brooding tale with Benedict Cumberbatch as a brutal, hard-bitten rancher

Xan Brooks

02, Sep, 2021 @2:30 PM

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Judas and the Black Messiah review – truly gripping Black Panther drama
Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield give award-worthy performances as party leader Fred Hampton and the man who betrayed him

Mark Kermode Observer film critic

14, Mar, 2021 @8:00 AM

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