Steve Buscemi

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Reservoir Dogs at 30: Tarantino’s canny contained act of provocation
The violent caper exploded on the scene back in 1992, causing admiration and annoyance, kicking off a new wave of imitators

Charles Bramesco

23, Oct, 2022 @6:25 AM

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The Listener review – Tessa Thompson braves the trials of a helpline volunteer
Venice film festival: Steve Buscemi’s uneven drama is elevated by the poise and focus of its lone star

Peter Bradshaw

09, Sep, 2022 @2:45 PM

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The Station Eleven gang: has the pandemic give us a thirst for culture that’s out of our comfort zone? | Rebecca Nicholson
A TV series about a virus wiping out humanity and a six-hour Wagner opera have more in common than you might think

Rebecca Nicholson

06, Nov, 2021 @5:00 PM

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Ghost World at 20: the comic-book movie that refused to conform
The astute and unconventional adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ source material remains one of the most unique examples of the genre

Scott Tobias

20, Jul, 2021 @6:09 AM

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‘So, does it hold up?’: Fargo’s stars and co-creator on its 25th anniversary
At a Tribeca film festival event, Frances McDormand, Steve Buscemi and Joel Coen discussed the Oscar-winning small-town hit

Charles Bramesco

21, Jun, 2021 @2:32 PM

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My streaming gem: why you should watch Animal Factory
The latest in our series of writers highlighting underseen movies is a recommendation for Steve Buscemi’s tough, well-acted prison drama

Jason Bailey

28, Aug, 2020 @6:12 AM

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Holy joke: how God became an unlikely TV comedy staple
In Miracle Workers and God Friended Me, God is threatening earthlings and using Facebook just months before Frances McDormand takes on the role

Charles Bramesco

26, Feb, 2019 @9:00 AM

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Nancy review – Riseborough shines in engaging psychodrama
Andrea Riseborough plays a woman trying to convince a couple she is their long-lost daughter in Christina Choe’s strong debut feature

Peter Bradshaw

11, Oct, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Lean on Pete review – coming-of-age quest for a horse and his boy
British director Andrew Haigh’s modern American odyssey sees Charlie Plummer excel as a teen fleeing grim realities

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

06, May, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Lean on Pete director Andrew Haigh: 'I'm quite scared of horses, actually'
Britain’s leading young director made his name laying bare the internal workings of romantic relationships. So what drew him to an intimate story about a boy and an old nag set in the wilds of Oregon?

Ellen E Jones

03, May, 2018 @3:58 PM

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Daniel Radcliffe as an angel administrator? TV premises are getting too weird
With huge numbers of shows being produced each year, competition is so fierce that bizarre starting points are seen as the best way to hook viewers

Stuart Heritage

15, Feb, 2018 @12:48 PM

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The Death of Stalin review – more bleak than black
Armando Iannucci’s comic-book adaptation, about the aftermath of the despot’s death, is less caustic than his usual offerings

Simran Hans

22, Oct, 2017 @7:00 AM

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