Jupiter Ascending

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Follywood: how Valerian earns its place among film's strangest big budget flops
Luc Besson’s gonzo $177m space opera is failing to attract audiences, making it the latest in a long line of ambitious gambles that haven’t paid off

Nathan Rabin

04, Aug, 2017 @10:00 AM

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The man behind the Razzies: 'Brian de Palma had no talent'
For 35 years, the Golden Raspberry awards have existed to annoy filmmakers – but do they really recognize the year’s worst movies or simply follow the herd?

Calum Marsh

13, Jan, 2016 @10:00 AM

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Douglas Booth: 'I'm a 90-year-old trapped in a young body'
He’s mates with Miley Cyrus and can play anyone from Bullingdon boy to Boy George. Just don’t call actor Douglas Booth handsome

Rhik Samadder

27, Mar, 2015 @1:00 PM

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Forlorn Chappie looks to Asia to salvage box-office short circuit
Chappie looks to salvage its US box office short circuit, while American Sniper bosses 2014, in Phil Hoad’s global box office report

Phil Hoad

11, Mar, 2015 @3:21 PM

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Fifty Shades of payday: film is highest-earning 18-certificate ever
Tight grip maintained on UK box office as Sam Taylor-Johnson’s S&M tale whips past The Wolf of Wall Street to claim record – and there’s good news for Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Never Beast

Charles Gant

24, Feb, 2015 @4:38 PM

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Fifty Shades of pure UK box-office gold
Adaptation of EL James’ novel Fifty Shades of Grey is the biggest debut ever for an 18-certificate film, while Big Hero 6 and Shaun the Sheep fly the family flag

Charles Gant

17, Feb, 2015 @3:57 PM

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Big Hero 6 blocks Kingsman's path to the top at the UK box office
Disney’s bulky inflatable robot tussles with spoof spies again, as half-term promises more of the spoils for the family-friendly animation

Charles Gant

10, Feb, 2015 @4:20 PM

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Jupiter Ascending review – absolute nonsense
In space, no one can hear you scream… with laughter. Which is helpful when watching the Wachowskis’ latest effort

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

08, Feb, 2015 @8:01 AM

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Paddington blazes a trail for non-Hollywood children's films
The bright-eyed update becomes the most successful non-Hollywood family film ever, while the prodigious American Sniper is yanked from Baghdad’s sole cinema

Phil Hoad

04, Feb, 2015 @1:42 PM

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Jupiter Ascending review – the prosthetic ears are a marvel
Eddie Redmayne and the costume department steal the limelight from Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum in the Wachowskis’ bizarre but entertaining sci-fi adventure, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

04, Feb, 2015 @11:13 AM

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Sundance 2015: 10 things we learned
From horny teens to iPhone movies, creepy social experiments to a Scientology punch-up, Sundance had plenty to offer this year. Here’s what we’ll take away

Jordan Hoffman

02, Feb, 2015 @10:59 AM

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Our pick of 2015's most exciting sci-fi and fantasy films
From Mad Max to the return of Arnie, there’s much for fans to get fired up about this year, writes Ben Child

Ben Child

06, Jan, 2015 @8:07 AM

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