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James Cameron repeats Wonder Woman criticism: 'That’s not breaking ground'
The Avatar director doubled down on comments he made about Patty Jenkins’s superhero film, saying the sexualisation of its star Gal Gadot is the issue

Jake Nevins

27, Sep, 2017 @9:41 PM

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Home Again review – Reese Witherspoon sparkles in silly but watchable romcom
Familiar romantic comedy tropes abound in the debut film from Hallie Meyers-Shyer, daughter of the genre’s empress, Nancy Meyers

Peter Bradshaw

27, Sep, 2017 @4:19 PM

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Natalie Portman in first trailer of Alex Garland's sci-fi thriller Annihilation
Portman plays a biologist looking for answers to her husband’s strange condition in the hotly anticipated new film from the Ex Machina director

Guardian film

27, Sep, 2017 @2:01 PM

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Brimstone review – Guy Pearce outrageously operatic in grisly and gripping western
Pearce reaches Nicolas Cage levels of menace as he torments Dakota Fanning’s fiercely defiant homesteader in Martin Koolhoven’s freaky thriller

Peter Bradshaw

27, Sep, 2017 @1:00 PM

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Goodbye Christopher Robin review – Winnie the Pooh's hunny pot joylessly stirred
The story of AA Milne’s difficult relationship with his son is a bizarrely clenched and twee heritage drama that wallows in misery

Peter Bradshaw

27, Sep, 2017 @11:04 AM

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Canaletto and the Art of Venice review – enigmatic artist blends into background
This well-informed documentary takes a welcome turn on its grand tour of the life of the popular Italian painter to focus on his remarkable agent, Joseph Smith

Andrew Pulver

27, Sep, 2017 @5:00 AM

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle spies an opportunity at the UK box office – and grabs It
Matthew Vaughn’s spy caper sequel opens bigger than a string of 2017 summer blockbusters; while Stephen King horror drops into second place

Charles Gant

26, Sep, 2017 @1:09 PM

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New edits and director's cuts: are they lost gems or simply second best?
A three-hour extended cut of Superman: The Movie is being released for the first time, but can alternate versions of classics ever be more than poor relations?

Nathan Rabin

26, Sep, 2017 @1:00 PM

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Never go back: why the Terminator reunion may be a recipe for failure
Restoring Linda Hamilton and James Cameron to the man versus the machines saga could be a smart move, but plenty of great directors – from Ridley Scott to George Lucas – have stalled when returning to past glories

Ben Child

26, Sep, 2017 @5:00 AM

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James Corden's Peter Rabbit: another kids' classic wrecked forever
A new trailer reveals Beatrix Potter’s gentle rabbit has been turned into a house-trashing, cocky jerk. It looks like he’s gone the way of Postman Pat and Thunderbirds

Stuart Heritage

25, Sep, 2017 @12:16 PM

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Czech actor Jan Tříska dies, aged 80, after fall from Prague bridge
Actor who emigrated to the US during Czechoslovakia’s communist era was best known for his appearances in The Karate Kid Part III and Quantum Leap

Staff and agencies

25, Sep, 2017 @10:35 AM

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From Blade Runner to Rollerball: did cinema's sci-fi dystopias predict the future?
We are living in the era imagined by science-fiction films – but is reality really mirroring fiction?

Steve Rose

25, Sep, 2017 @8:59 AM

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