John Malkovich

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The Survivalist review – John Malkovich drops in on bleak vision of a hellish postviral US
Jon Keeyes’ siege drama paints a lawless future for American society, though endless flashbacks drain the tension

Leslie Felperin

05, Oct, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Rogue Hostage review – action thriller as cheesy as a supermarket dairy aisle
Tyrese Gibson stars as the ex-Marine hero of this fun, dumb and violent thriller, set in a large, well-stocked retail outlet

Leslie Felperin

20, Jul, 2021 @11:00 AM

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John Malkovich as eerie identical twins: Sandro Miller's best photograph
‘I wanted to pay homage to work that made my knees buckle. John looked nothing like Diane Arbus’s twins. But on set his spirit left and theirs came in’

Interview by Tim Jonze

17, Feb, 2021 @3:57 PM

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I've never seen … Con Air
Bare-chested fist-fights, loud guitar riffs, a billowing American flag and Malkovich turned up to 11. This is a cheese-filled treat

Sirin Kale

19, Jun, 2020 @1:11 PM

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Crash landing: Space Force is not the Trump satire we need right now
Steve Carell’s new Netflix comedy series is a toothless attempt to ridicule the current administration, failing to be either sharp or entertaining

Charles Bramesco

02, Jun, 2020 @7:05 AM

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Space Force review – Steve Carell parody fails to reach orbit
Unfunny, nowhere near as bonkers as the real thing and saved only by John Malkovich, who knows what planet the makers of this Trump-adjacent satire were on

Lucy Mangan

29, May, 2020 @11:30 AM

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John Malkovich: 'I had a lot of violence growing up, but so what?'
The actor lost four close family members in five years, and his life savings to Bernie Madoff – so why does he still think he is the luckiest man around?

Simon Hattenstone

21, May, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Being John Malkovich at 20: why the surrealist comedy demands a rewatch
One of the most fascinatingly strange and unpredictable films of 1999 still carries with it more pleasures to be discovered

Scott Tobias

29, Oct, 2019 @5:00 AM

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The New Pope review – enter a seductively camp John Malkovich
Jude Law haunts Paolo Sorrentino’s glorious follow-up to The Young Pope, but Malkovich’s purring pontiff-in-waiting is divine

Xan Brooks in Venice

02, Sep, 2019 @10:24 AM

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Theatre and #MeToo: 'There's a new anger in women's stories'
The Weinstein scandal has inspired several new plays ranging from sharp satire to crass comedy. As the mogul heads to trial, we gauge theatre’s response

Arifa Akbar

27, Aug, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Can Hastings’s seafront gallery get it right second time around?
A new lease of life for art in Hastings, but a London clinic for injured dancers closes…

Richard Brooks

30, Jun, 2019 @8:00 AM

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The week in radio and podcasts: Culpable; Man in the Window; Paradise; Death in Ice Valley
True crime continues to be a mainstay of the podcast world

Miranda Sawyer

30, Jun, 2019 @6:00 AM

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