Ewan McGregor

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Shallow Grave review – Danny Boyle’s Edinburgh noir debut is a triple-crossing treat
Obnoxious flatmates Ewan McGregor, Christopher Eccleston and Kerry Fox get way more than they bargained for with the arrival of enigmatic Keith Allen and a suitcase full of cash

Peter Bradshaw

09, May, 2024 @6:00 AM

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Bleeding Love review – Ewan and Carla McGregor star in listless father-daughter drama
Decent performances from the real-life father and daughter can’t save this generic road movie about a man’s attempt to wean his child off drugs

Wendy Ide

14, Apr, 2024 @10:30 AM

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Nepo-disasters: why Ewan and Clara McGregor are only the latest onscreen parent-child embarrassment
For every Wall Street or Wild at Heart there are countless cringeworthy examples of Hollywood power players elbowing their own kids into the picture. Adam Sandler alone has made two dozen with his

Stuart Heritage

12, Apr, 2024 @7:38 AM

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Bleeding Love review – Ewan McGregor and daughter Clara are toe-curlingly terrible in rehab flick
A landscape gardener and his estranged daughter go on a therapeutic road trip to battle substance abuse in this unbearably cute nepo vanity project

Peter Bradshaw

10, Apr, 2024 @8:00 AM

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The week in TV: Big Mood; Renegade Nell; A Gentleman in Moscow; Ukraine: Enemy in the Woods – review
Nicola Coughlan goes deep in a bleak millennials comedy of mental illness; fellow ex-Derry Girl Louisa Harland cuts a dash in Sally Wainwright’s bold Disney adventure; and Ewan McGregor makes for a rousing Russian aristo

Barbara Ellen

31, Mar, 2024 @8:30 AM

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A Gentleman in Moscow review – Ewan McGregor is almost as fantastic as his outrageous moustache
This charming period drama about a 1920s Russian aristocrat being kept in a hotel by the Bolsheviks sees McGregor on sparkling form. He’s an intoxicating, swaggering figure of delight

Jack Seale

29, Mar, 2024 @5:00 AM

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Renegade Nell to A Gentleman in Moscow: the seven best shows to stream this week
Sally Wainwright’s wildly enjoyable new period drama sees an ex-Derry Girl turn highway robber, while Ewan McGregor’s portrayal of a Russian aristocrat beautifully evokes the start of the 20th century

Phil Harrison

22, Mar, 2024 @7:00 AM

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‘This is so weird’: the awkward truth about watching your parents have sex on screen
Ewan McGregor has screen sex with his real-life wife in his new TV series – which is bound to delight his kids. He’s not the only celeb whose steamy scenes with their spouse have mortified their children …

Stuart Heritage

19, Mar, 2024 @5:21 PM

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Speed Is Expensive review – engaging homage to motorcycle legend Philip Vincent
Ewan McGregor narrates an orderly and perhaps too polite profile of the engineer and inventor behind some of the world’s finest motorbikes

Cath Clarke

10, Oct, 2023 @10:00 AM

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New horizons: music, art, books and more to get out of a rut
From hit novels by late bloomers to artists turned chess masters, our critics select culture that revels in reinvention

11, Sep, 2023 @9:00 AM

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Mother, Couch! review – a first-rate cast gets lost in a second-rate muddle
Excellent performances from Ewan McGregor, Ellen Burstyn, Rhys Ifans and Lara Flynn Boyle are wasted on a baffling, surreal family indie

Benjamin Lee in Toronto

09, Sep, 2023 @8:15 PM

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Who? What? Why? This year’s Emmy snubs and surprises
From Obi-Wan Kenobi to What We Do in the Shadows, this year’s set of nominees offer up some strange choices and omissions

Stuart Heritage

12, Jul, 2023 @5:25 PM

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