A Little Chaos

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Beyond the negroni: Stanley Tucci's 20 best films – ranked!
Lockdown viewers are hot for his cocktail-making skills, and cineastes await Supernova, a buzzy romance in which he stars opposite Colin Firth. Until then, here are Tucci’s top turns

Peter Bradshaw

30, Apr, 2020 @11:30 AM

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Stanley Tucci remembers Alan Rickman: 'My heart aches with loss'
Tucci, who co-starred in Rickman’s second film as director, has paid tribute to ‘one of the most generous friends’, who was strikingly kind to Tucci’s Harry Potter-loving children

Catherine Shoard

15, Jan, 2016 @5:47 PM

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Alan Rickman: 10 key performances
From the Sheriff of Nottingham to Severus Snape, Alan Rickman played some of the most memorable roles cinema had to offer. Here are 10 of the best

Andrew Pulver

14, Jan, 2016 @12:53 PM

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Alan Rickman: an actor of singular charm and hypnotic charisma
Rickman, who has died at the age of 69, was irresistible even at his most acid, and leaves behind an astonishing legacy of indelible performances

Peter Bradshaw

14, Jan, 2016 @12:35 PM

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Cinderella, A Little Chaos, Queen and Country, Love Me Like You Do, Ride, Futuro Beach and more – review
Cate Blanchett gives a wicked masterclass in scene stealing, Alan Rickman’s period romance fails to ignite, and John Boorman gets nostalgic in Queen and Country

Guy Lodge

23, Aug, 2015 @6:00 AM

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A Little Chaos: leads historical accuracy down the garden path
Alan Rickman’s historical romance, about the landscape architect to the Palace of Versailles, is a limp, aimless film without any feel for 17th-century speech or manners

Alex von Tunzelmann

23, Apr, 2015 @11:26 AM

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A Little Chaos fails to bloom at the UK box office
Alan Rickman’s directorial effort starring Kate Winslet hasn’t wooed costume drama fans, while Fast & Furious 7 closes on Fifty Shades of Grey to become the year’s biggest movie

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

21, Apr, 2015 @8:38 AM

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A Little Chaos, Child 44, The Salvation: this week’s new films
A Little Chaos | Child 44 | The Salvation | The Last Five Years | The Town That Dreaded Sundown | Glassland | Home From Home: Chronicle Of A Vision | Amar Akbar & Tony | Gente De Bien | Cry Of The City | Rurouni Kenshin 3: The Legend Ends | Stones For The Rampart | Dark Horse | The Invisible Life | Tin | The Amityville Playhouse | Last Knights

Steve Rose

18, Apr, 2015 @8:00 AM

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A Little Chaos review – a load of compost
Matthias Schoenaerts neuters his sex-god reputation, Kate Winslet gets maverick with potted plants, and Alan Rickman almost hijacks his own movie in a weedy horticultural romp through the court of the Sun King

Peter Bradshaw

16, Apr, 2015 @2:36 PM

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Alan Rickman: 'I almost turned down the role of the villain in Die Hard'
In a celebration of his work at Bafta, the actor and director (of A Little Chaos) talks about his initial disdain for the blockbuster movie that made his name

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

16, Apr, 2015 @1:29 PM

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A Little Chaos review – Louis XIV romp borders on verge of ridiculous

Alan Rickman's second film as director appears to take inspiration from templates of Mills & Boon's historical range

Catherine Shoard

10, Sep, 2014 @8:15 PM

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