Daniel Day-Lewis

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The Age of Innocence review – Scorsese’s brilliant tragedy of New York society manners
Daniel Day-Lewis and Michelle Pfeiffer are powerfully matched as guilty lovers in an Edith Wharton adaptation that bears comparison with Hollywood’s golden age classics

Peter Bradshaw

15, Mar, 2023 @7:00 AM

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From Nighthawks to Tangerine: Guardian writers on their favourite LGBTQ+ movies
For the release of Billy Eichner’s groundbreaking studio gay rom-com Bros, Guardian writers discuss their best LGBTQ+ movies

Andrew Pulver, Peter Bradshaw, Lisa Wong Macabasco, Jim Farber, Ryan Gilbey, Rebecca Nicholson, Charles Bramesco, Lauren Mechling, Veronica Esposito, Benjamin Lee, Adrian Horton and Guy Lodge

29, Sep, 2022 @6:02 AM

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TV tonight: the civil rights lawyer elected Philadelphia’s top lawman
Storyville’s eight-part series examines the US’s devastating incarceration rates. Plus: Bake Off: The Professionals sets the teams a carrot-shaped test. Here’s what to watch this evening

Ammar Kalia, Hannah Verdier, Phil Harrison, Ali Catterall and Paul Howlett

22, Jun, 2021 @5:10 AM

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Arts organisations across England to receive £257m survival fund
Over 1,300 theatres, museums, orchestras and music venues to receive lifeline for next six months

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

11, Oct, 2020 @11:01 PM

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I've never seen ... There Will Be Blood
For years, men have ordered me to watch this work of stunning genius. Having finally succumbed, it turns out they were wrong

Elle Hunt

21, Apr, 2020 @8:51 AM

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Why the best film of the 21st century is There Will Be Blood
Paul Thomas Anderson’s tragic parable of society’s addiction to oil, fuelled by a zealous Daniel Day-Lewis, is a burning indictment of male aggression and an apocalyptic warning

Peter Bradshaw

13, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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'An account of how insane we once were' – Paul Thomas Anderson on There Will Be Blood
The director explains why he won’t quibble with his film being named best of the century – but what makes it really great is Daniel Day-Lewis

Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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The 50 best films of 2018 in the UK: No 2 – Phantom Thread
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, and Daniel Day-Lewis’s swansong, could have been a self-indulgent apologia for tortured male genius – but instead turned its rich observational powers on the trials of new relationships

Benjamin Lee

20, Dec, 2018 @6:00 AM

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On my radar: Mary Anne Hobbs’s cultural highlights
The BBC 6 Music DJ on the beauty of a Berlin recording studio, Daniel Day-Lewis and the art that held up the Haçienda nightclub

16, Dec, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Don’t call it a comeback: the celebrities who love to ‘retire’
Elton John and Paul Simon are the latest stars heading out on farewell tours – but you can bet they’ll be back

Gavin Haynes

13, Mar, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Oscars 2018: The Shape of Water and Frances McDormand steal the night – as it happened
The biggest night in film had one of the most unpredictable best picture races in years, but top acting prizes all went with the favourites

Benjamin Lee in New York, Rory Carroll in Los Angeles, Morwenna Ferrier and Lauren Cochrane in London

05, Mar, 2018 @6:45 AM

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Why Phantom Thread should win the 2018 best picture Oscar
Paul Thomas Anderson’s romantic comedy is a dark and horribly well-observed ode to the importance of compromise. Contains spoilers

Benjamin Lee

28, Feb, 2018 @1:00 PM

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