John C Reilly

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Licorice Pizza – Paul Thomas Anderson’s joyously nostalgic coming-of-age tale
Anderson crafts an offbeat love story that manages to be sweet, hilarious, absurd – and wholly believable

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

02, Jan, 2022 @8:00 AM

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The Sisters Brothers review – John C Reilly excels in revisionist western
This adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s 2011 novel balances bro humour with complex characters

Simran Hans

07, Apr, 2019 @7:00 AM

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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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Holmes & Watson review – elementary homophobic grossout comedy
This murky Sherlock tale is the nadir of Conan Doyle adaptations

Wendy Ide

06, Jan, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Golden Globes 2019: who will win – and who should win – the film categories
The Favourite, A Star Is Born, The Wife and Bohemian Rhapsody are likely winners for various awards on Sunday; but Widows, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Shoplifters and Roma deserve recognition too

Peter Bradshaw

04, Jan, 2019 @11:06 AM

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The Sisters Brothers review: Jacques Audiard saddles up for a subtle and funny western
The English-language debut from the French director is an all-American delight, starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly perfect as sad, squabbling siblings

Peter Bradshaw

02, Sep, 2018 @5:30 PM

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The most exciting comedy and drama films of 2018
Wes Anderson’s dog-filled dystopia arrives, Christian Bale does Dick Cheney, and gay-conversion therapy stories show alongside supernatural thrillers

Stuart Heritage

27, Dec, 2017 @6:00 AM

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The Little Hours review – foul-mouthed nuns run riot in flimsy but fun comedy
Aubrey Plaza heads up a cast of skilled comic actors in a sex farce that has amusing moments scattered throughout but risks feeling like an extended SNL skit

Benjamin Lee

27, Jun, 2017 @10:00 AM

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When big-screen reunions work … and when they don't
The team behind Oscar-nominated crime thriller Hell and High Water have just announced a new project, but what can they learn from other re-teams that have and haven’t been successful?

Noah Gittell

01, May, 2017 @11:30 AM

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Ralph Fiennes and Hugh Laurie join Will Ferrell's Holmes and Watson
The actors are to play as-yet-unspecified canonical roles in the comedy, which features Ferrell and John C Reilly in the leads

Catherine Shoard

06, Jan, 2017 @6:15 PM

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The most exciting biopics of 2017
In the latest in our 10-part series, we run through the films we are most looking forward to next year (in alphabetical order). Today: biopics

Catherine Shoard

29, Dec, 2016 @7:42 AM

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The most exciting films of 2017: returning auteurs
In the latest in our 10-part series, the films we are most looking forward to next year by the world’s most singular directors

Catherine Shoard

22, Dec, 2016 @11:24 AM

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