A Most Violent Year

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Oscar Isaac films – ranked!
As he appears in cinemas in Dune and The Card Counter – and on TV in Scenes from a Marriage – we rate the best roles of the rakish smoothie, from space fighter to folk singer

Guy Lodge

21, Oct, 2021 @11:00 AM

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The best films of 2015 (so far) - US
Gathering together the best movies released in the US this year, from A Most Violent Year to Furious 7, updated weekly

Guardian film

01, Sep, 2015 @12:46 PM

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Foxcatcher; A Most Violent Year; Into the Woods; Altman; Grace and Frankie – review
Guy Lodge reviews the latest DVD releases

Guy Lodge

17, May, 2015 @6:00 AM

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The best films of 2015 so far – Australia
Gathering the best movies released in Australia this year, updated weekly

Guardian Film

06, May, 2015 @8:10 AM

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American Sniper's adjective no obstacle as it outguns UK competition again
Charles Gant: Big in the US, Clint Eastwood’s US Iraq war tale remains on top in the UK as well, taking out Taken 3, while Mortdecai loses out to Ex Machina

Charles Gant

28, Jan, 2015 @8:44 AM

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A Most Violent Year review – 1980s New York comes to life in all its murky brilliance
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac are quietly engrossing in an edgy crime thriller, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

25, Jan, 2015 @8:00 AM

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A Most Violent Year review | Peter Bradshaw’s film of the week
In JC Chandor’s intense, 80s-set drama, an ambitious wheeler-dealer on New York’s perilous waterfront tries to detoxify his business, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

22, Jan, 2015 @3:00 PM

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JC Chandor on A Most Violent Year: ‘There’s more villainy than some people would like to admit’
JC Chandor’s new drama A Most Violent Year blurs the lines between criminality and capitalism as Oscar Isaac’s immigrant businessman tries to make it in 80s New York. Xan Brooks talks to the director about his own 15-year struggle to get a film career off the ground

Xan Brooks

15, Jan, 2015 @6:38 PM

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Bafta nominations 2015: full house for Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s film leads the pack with 11 nominations, while homegrown hits The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything also fare well – but there’s big disappointment for Mike Leigh’s Turner biopic

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

09, Jan, 2015 @7:54 AM

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Films of 2015: they’re worth the wait
Don’t spoil next year’s great movies by gorging on trailers and teasers, says Xan Brooks

Xan Brooks

01, Jan, 2015 @4:00 PM

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National Board of Review names A Most Violent Year best film of 2014
JC Chandor drama gathers critical momentum ahead of Oscars season, with wins for leads Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

03, Dec, 2014 @11:53 AM

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A Most Violent Year review: plucky Oscars outsider draws blood
Xan Brooks: Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in the latest film from Margin Call and All is Lost director JC Chandor – a rigorous crime drama which paints a knotty, nuanced portrait of the man who fuelled the 1980s

Xan Brooks

07, Nov, 2014 @5:30 AM

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