Antonio Banderas

Article image
Venice film festival 2021 roundup – a formidably good year on the Lido
Big name directors at their best feature alongside daring visionaries from the farther realms of art cinema – but to whom will Bong Joon-ho’s jury award the Golden Lion?

Jonathan Romney

11, Sep, 2021 @3:00 PM

Article image
Pedro Almodóvar’s films – ranked!
With his new film, Parallel Mothers, to be shown at Venice film festival, we take a look through the director’s ribald, pell-mell and beautifully colour-co-ordinated output

Anne Billson

12, Aug, 2021 @11:00 AM

Article image
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard review – Ryan Reynolds back in a tiresome sequel
Reynolds returns as bodyguard Michael Bryce, with Samuel L Jackson as an assassin, Salma Hayek as his badass wife and Antonio Banderas as a Greek supervillain. Please stop

Peter Bradshaw

11, Jun, 2021 @3:51 PM

Article image
Antonio Banderas reveals he has coronavirus on 60th birthday
The actor has said he is celebrating in quarantine and otherwise relatively unaffected, other than being ‘a little bit more tired than usual’

Catherine Shoard

10, Aug, 2020 @1:10 PM

Article image
'Treated us like simpletons': Pedro Almodóvar criticises Madonna over documentary
Spanish film director says the pop star treated him and Antonio Banderas disrespectfully during filming of 1990’s Madonna: Truth or Dare

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

10, Apr, 2020 @5:10 PM

Article image
Dolittle review – Robert Downey Jr's middling talking-animals pantomime
The Avengers star opts for a dodgy Welsh accent in an uninspiring if not entirely unwatchable new take on the animal-friendly doctor

Benjamin Lee

15, Jan, 2020 @6:00 PM

Article image
Crying! Pole-Dancing! Heroin! The best movie moments of 2019
From an awkward scene with a knife to an A-lister’s comeback with the sounds of Fiona Apple, Guardian writers pick their favourite big screen bits of the year

Jordan Hoffman, Pamela Hutchinson, Charles Bramesco, Benjamin Lee, Adrian Horton, Guy Lodge, Gretchen Smail, André Wheeler, Catherine Shoard, Steve Rose, Andrew Pulver and Peter Bradshaw

23, Dec, 2019 @7:20 AM

Article image
The 50 best films of 2019 in the US: No 10 – Pain and Glory
Antonio Banderas plays a stand-in for Pedro Almodóvar in the director’s serious-minded and moving late-career meditation on mortality, memory, regret and desire

Andrew Pulver

09, Dec, 2019 @11:27 AM

Article image
The 50 best films of 2019 in the UK: No 10 – Pain and Glory
Antonio Banderas plays a stand-in for Pedro Almodóvar in the director’s serious-minded and moving late-career meditation on mortality, memory, regret and desire

Andrew Pulver

09, Dec, 2019 @6:00 AM

Article image
Hollywood's gender divide laid bare by analysis of this season's Oscar contenders
Exclusive: Data on this year’s awards contenders reveals three youngest best actor hopefuls have never made a film with a female director

Katherine Purvis and Catherine Shoard

15, Nov, 2019 @3:38 PM

Article image
Soderbergh on Hollywood: 'It's not crooked – it's the most transparent industry going'
Steven Soderbergh’s latest film is about dodgy dealings in the financial world but in film-making corruption is not endemic, he says, because everyone is accountable

Xan Brooks

11, Oct, 2019 @8:02 AM

Article image
The Laundromat review: Gary Oldman spins lies to Meryl Streep in sparkling comedy
Steven Soderbergh’s wickedly entertaining romp loosely based on the uncovering of the Panama Papers is an effective mixed wash of truth and fiction

Xan Brooks in Venice

01, Sep, 2019 @5:30 PM

1 / 8 pages