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The Martian; The Lobster; Pan; The Show of Shows; Le Pont du Nord – review
Matt Damon’s everyman starman deserves an Oscar. And beneath Yorgos Lanthimos’s fantastical The Lobster lies a beating heart

Guy Lodge

07, Feb, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Katniss off target as Mockingjay – Part 2 trails Part 1 at UK box office
Hunger Games finale’s £11.3m opening fails to match its predecessor’s, as Spectre rockets to third place in all-time UK chart

Charles Gant

24, Nov, 2015 @5:04 PM

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Spectre magic makes Harry Potter UK box office record disappear
Prisoner of Azkaban is toppled after 11 years as the latest Bond outing debuts with a thrilling £41.3m

Charles Gant

03, Nov, 2015 @4:39 PM

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Vin Diesel crashes and burns with The Last Witch Hunter
In this week’s roundup of the global box-office scene, the Fast & Furious don proves he has little firepower beyond the car franchise

Phil Hoad

26, Oct, 2015 @5:39 PM

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Hotel Transylvania 2 draws blood at the UK box office
Hotel Transylvania franchise joins Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs in Sony’s attempt to challenge Pixar’s hold over animation

Charles Gant

20, Oct, 2015 @3:52 PM

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Pan review – in serious need of pixie dust
This big-budget prequel to the Peter Pan story adds little to the legacy of JM Barrie’s classic

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

18, Oct, 2015 @7:00 AM

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Pan review – a classic tale is flushed away
Joe Wright’s fantastically dull origin-myth reboot of the Peter Pan story resembles nothing so much as a John Lewis Christmas TV ad

Peter Bradshaw

15, Oct, 2015 @9:00 PM

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Hugh Jackman on Pan, Wolverine and his ‘hammy side’
His new film Pan has been panned but the star says he had ‘maybe too much’ fun playing the villain Blackbeard. He talks about reaching peak superhero and why it’s time to hang up his X-Men claws

Steve Rose

15, Oct, 2015 @1:35 PM

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The Martian still marooned at the top of the UK box office
Ridley Scott’s sci-fi spectacular appeals across the generations, with strong expectations for half term

Charles Gant

13, Oct, 2015 @4:37 PM

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Pan: big budget turkey heading for $150m nosedive
Joe Wright’s prequel to JM Barrie’s Peter Pan stories has so far failed to capture the imagination of audiences across the globe following derisive reviews

Ben Child

13, Oct, 2015 @12:37 PM

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