Danny Huston

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Marlowe review – worldweary Liam Neeson makes for low-energy private eye
Raymond Chandler’s gumshoe hero is resurrected in this period adaptation of a novel by John Banville – a film that looks good but lacks a spark

Peter Bradshaw

14, Mar, 2023 @7:00 AM

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The Last Photograph review – Danny Huston’s faded snapshot of a father’s grief
Despite its moving flashbacks, Huston’s tale of a bookshop owner bereaved by the Lockerbie bombing fails to sustain an emotional edge

Cath Clarke

21, Apr, 2021 @10:00 AM

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Danny Huston: ‘I went around the world with my father – making his drinks’
The actor grew up on film sets, rubbing shoulders with the biggest stars on earth. Now he’s stepping into his father John’s shoes again – to direct a film about grief, secrets and the Lockerbie bombing

Hadley Freeman

15, Apr, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Angel Has Fallen review – Gerard Butler's pyrotechnics fizzle out
In the latest overblown instalment of the Fallen franchise, Butler’s beleaguered secret service agent goes on the run, seeking out unintelligible dad Nick Nolte

Mike McCahill

21, Aug, 2019 @9:46 AM

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Tigers review – crusader confronts baby formula scandal
In a plodding drama inspired by real events, a baby formula salesman takes on his employer after realising the truth about the product’s effects

Cath Clarke

06, Mar, 2019 @6:00 PM

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Stan & Ollie review – a love letter to cinema’s odd couple
Steve Coogan and John C Reilly excel in this bittersweet film about the twilight years of the great double act

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

13, Jan, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Wild, controversial and free: Colette, a life too big for film
Promiscuous in art and love, an early adopter of weightlifting and facelifts ... Colette was way ahead of her time – and no biopic has done justice to her complexity

Aida Edemariam

07, Jan, 2019 @9:00 AM

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Stan & Ollie review – melancholy twilight of comedy gods Laurel and Hardy
Brilliant impersonations by Steve Coogan and John C Reilly lift the muted charm of this biopic about their troubled music-hall tour of Britain

Peter Bradshaw

21, Oct, 2018 @8:00 PM

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Wonder Woman review – a gloriously badass breath of fresh air
Gal Gadot’s Amazonian warrior princess reinvigorates the superhero genre with a shockwave of fun

Wendy Ide

04, Jun, 2017 @7:00 AM

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The Kid Stays in the Picture review – from mogul to minor player
Robert Evans all but disappears in Simon McBurney’s adaptation of the Hollywood producer’s rollercoaster memoir

Kate Kellaway

26, Mar, 2017 @7:00 AM

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The Kid Stays in the Picture review – Robert Evans gets the Citizen Kane treatment
Simon McBurney’s adaptation of the Hollywood tycoon’s memoir is technically brilliant and often breathtaking but it adds little to his familiar story

Michael Billington

23, Mar, 2017 @11:59 PM

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Danny Huston to star in Royal Court adaptation of Robert Evans' memoir
Hollywood star will make his London theatre debut in The Kid Stays in the Picture, directed by Simon McBurney

Guardian Stage

18, Jan, 2017 @12:01 AM

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