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Christoph Waltz: 'Try as you might, you can never break free from your past'
He had to wait until his mid-50s before he finally got his big break. Two Oscars later, he is about to play the ultimate screen villain: the James Bond baddie. So does Christoph Waltz feel like a star yet?

Xan Brooks

10, Oct, 2015 @7:00 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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DVDs and downloads: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Big Eyes and more
Peter Jackson and Tim Burton’s latest big-screen blow-outs lose a battle of scale versus substance

Guy Lodge

19, Apr, 2015 @6:00 AM

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Terence Stamp: ‘I was in my prime, but when the 60s ended, I ended with it’
He was the star of some of the decade’s most memorable films – and dated some of its most beautiful women. With the reissue of 1967’s Far From the Madding Crowd, the actor talks about his friendship with Michael Caine and his topsy-turvy career

Andrew Pulver

12, Mar, 2015 @6:36 PM

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The curse of Oscarbait: the films you didn't see last Sunday
From that Grace Kelly biopic to The Artist director’s follow-up, here are the films that fell by the wayside before this year’s Oscars

Benjamin Lee

25, Feb, 2015 @4:22 PM

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Baftas 2015: full list of nominations
The full list of films nominated for this year’s premiere British film awards

09, Jan, 2015 @7:44 AM

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Amy Adams on Big Eyes, American Hustle and Batman v Superman
The star talks to Ryan Gilbey about singing, acting and the abused artist she plays in her latest film, Tim Burton’s Big Eyes

Ryan Gilbey

08, Jan, 2015 @1:30 PM

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Big Eyes review – Tim Burton’s most grown-up movie in years
Tim Burton’s retelling of the story of the painter Margaret Keane is an insightful study of character and the nature of art, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

28, Dec, 2014 @9:30 AM

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Catching a film on Christmas Day? Here's what to see and what to avoid
December 25 isn’t just about carb-loaded dinners – it’s also a time when studios try to cash in on the Christmas cinema crowd. We’ve rounded up the best Yuletide releases

Peter Bradshaw, Catherine Shoard, Jordan Hoffman, Steve Rose

24, Dec, 2014 @1:00 PM

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Big Eyes review – Tim Burton’s art fraud film is a slow-burn study of abuse
A study of the talent behind the kitsch 60s images of big-eyed waifs wants to be an oil painting but ends up more like a mass-produced print

Jordan Hoffman

26, Nov, 2014 @6:52 PM

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