Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

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Joanna Lumley: ‘I love Patsy because we’re such polar opposites…’
The actor, 74, on Ab Fab, recycling, President Clinton and why you can’t be happy all the time

Rich Pelley

24, Apr, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Mary Poppins, The BFG and Spectre: your complete Christmas film guide
The best festive films, from the classic The Grand Budapest Hotel, to modern favourites such as Up and Brooklyn, plus the creepy baby from Twilight and everything in between

Paul Howlett and Phil Harrison

15, Dec, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Jennifer Saunders hints at 'age-appropriate' Absolutely Fabulous revival
Comments at Cheltenham literature festival will fuel speculation that Saunders is thinking of a prequel for sitcom

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

13, Oct, 2018 @9:27 AM

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La La Land, Hidden Figures and films that squeezed happiness out of 2016
A number of 2016’s biggest blockbusters reflected the pessimism of our time – but luckily a few titles balanced it out with a generally upbeat outlook

Guy Lodge

23, Dec, 2016 @1:00 PM

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Rogue One opens well in the UK – but not quite as well as Fantastic Beasts
Star Wars spin-off claims biggest opening of the year as rereleased James Stewart classic It’s a Wonderful Life crashes back into the festive chart

Charles Gant

20, Dec, 2016 @5:03 PM

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How cinema failed diversity in 2016
From the all-bro jocks and silent women of Everybody Wants Some!! to Bridget Jones’s rejection of science, these are the films that failed to take on cinema’s push for inclusivity

Caspar Salmon

09, Dec, 2016 @4:01 PM

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The hot summer 2016 film quiz
Which film won this year’s Palme d’Or? Did anyone not have a cameo in Absolutely Fabulous? Tackle these celluloid conundrums and more

Peter Bradshaw

28, Aug, 2016 @2:00 PM

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Crime pays: DC's Suicide Squad tops UK box office with £11.25m
Despite the disapproval of critics, the supervillain film had the third biggest opening of the year, and dwarfed the takings of the other films in the UK chart

Charles Gant

09, Aug, 2016 @2:06 PM

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From unisex tracksuits to double denim: this week’s fashion trends
What’s hot and what’s not in fashion this week

22, Jul, 2016 @11:00 AM

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Ghostbusters blasts Ice Age at the UK box office
Paul Feig’s all-female reboot tops the chart in its first week as the Ice Age animation franchise tests audience loyalty with a fifth outing

Charles Gant

19, Jul, 2016 @5:24 PM

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The Secret Life of Pets beats Tarzan to the top of the tree at UK box office
Family-friendly animation still at No 1 ahead of Lord Greystoke, the Now You See Me crew and Ab Fab’s still fizzing Edina and Patsy

Charles Gant

12, Jul, 2016 @4:16 PM

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Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie inadvertently charts the death of top-down celebrity
Eddy and Pats – plus the 60 stars eager to supply cameos – herald the demise of a glittering cultural hegemony. Fashionistas and PRs are now slaves to public taste, their slogans drowned out by public opinion

David Cox

11, Jul, 2016 @9:33 AM

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