Ralph Fiennes

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Darling, you were dreadful! The best and worst big-screen performances of all time
What makes cinema acting great – or awful? As Harry Styles raises eyebrows in two new films, our film critics name the portrayals that really blew them away

Guardian film critics

23, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Down with the rich! Class rage fuels new wave of ‘us v them’ films and plays
From Triangle of Sadness and Parasite to The Maid, audiences are revelling tales of inter-class violence that draw on growing discontent at inequality

Vanessa Thorpe

17, Sep, 2022 @2:21 PM

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Toronto film festival 2022 roundup – Spielberg, Mendes and a deep, joyous love of cinema
Steven Spielberg and Sam Mendes offered paeans to the silver screen, Viola Davis dazzled as a gung-ho warrior and Daniel Craig brought the house down

Wendy Ide

17, Sep, 2022 @11:00 AM

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‘Nepo baby’ fall preview: new films and TV from children of famous parents
The offspring of Denzel, Uma, Phoebe, Andie and Judd – and a Gainsbourg for good measure – follow in their parents’ celebrated paths

Caspar Salmon

12, Sep, 2022 @6:00 AM

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The Menu review – darkly comic foodie thriller is tasty but undercooked
Toronto film festival: Ralph Fiennes is a sinister chef with a deviously designed menu in a fun, if throwaway, stew of class satire and torture porn

Benjamin Lee in Toronto

11, Sep, 2022 @6:43 PM

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Nureyev: Legend and Legacy review – firecracker spins and star turns
Ralph Fiennes introduced this gala honouring the ballet legend, which boasted a dazzling lineup of dancers including Natalia Osipova and Cesar Corrales

Sanjoy Roy

06, Sep, 2022 @11:10 AM

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The Forgiven review – brooding tale of crime and punishment starring Fiennes and Chastain
Ralph Fiennes and Jessica Chastain play a couple en route to a weekend of debauchery in the desert in this morality tale from John Michael McDonagh

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

04, Sep, 2022 @7:00 AM

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‘Isn’t it our duty to show horrible people?’ Matt Smith, Ralph Fiennes and The Forgiven film-makers on faith, hope and depravity
Director John Michael McDonagh, author Lawrence Osborne and the stars of the film discuss personal salvation, simplistic critics and why ‘you can’t build a culture out of non-stop moral hysteria’

Catherine Shoard

02, Sep, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Next Bond film will be ‘complete reinvention’ but won’t shoot for ‘at least two years’
Barbara Broccoli has revealed details about the future of the 007 franchise after the departure of Daniel Craig

Catherine Shoard

29, Jun, 2022 @2:27 PM

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The week in theatre: Straight Line Crazy; The Human Voice – review
Ralph Fiennes is firing on all cylinders in David Hare’s new play about a New York highway builder; and Ruth Wilson is beguiling in an unsubtle staging of Cocteau’s monologue

Susannah Clapp

27, Mar, 2022 @9:30 AM

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Straight Line Crazy review – Ralph Fiennes enthrals as the man who shaped New York
Fiennes heads an electrifying cast in David Hare’s dynamic portrait of Robert Moses, an aggressive yet visionary urban planner who refused to back down

Mark Lawson

24, Mar, 2022 @12:01 AM

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The King’s Man review – Ralph Fiennes is stranded in crass no man’s land
Matthew Vaughn’s laddish origin story for the Kingsman franchise finds the first world war masterminded by a shadowy villain with a Scottish accent

Simran Hans

26, Dec, 2021 @11:30 AM

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