Tenet

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Why Godzilla vs. Kong saved cinema, not Tenet
Christopher Nolan’s film baffled audiences – all they wanted in this most bewildering of years was to see a giant ape and a dinosaur going at it for 15 rounds

James Hanton

07, Apr, 2021 @5:12 AM

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The full list of 2021 Oscars nominations
From Mank to Judas and the Black Messiah, all the nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards, which take place on 25 April

Guardian film

15, Mar, 2021 @1:11 PM

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Rocks on! The Baftas' diversity push has been brilliantly vindicated | Peter Bradshaw
A British coming-of-age drama about inner-city schoolgirls leads the lack of nominations and four female directors are shortlisted, meaning whatever Bafta has done behind the scenes has worked

Peter Bradshaw

09, Mar, 2021 @5:11 PM

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Death! Dancing! Drinking! The best movie moments of 2020
From an unusual first kiss to a horrifying shock death, Guardian writers pick their most impactful big screen bits of the year

Adrian Horton, Guy Lodge, Charles Bramesco, Beatrice Loayza, Steve Rose, Radheyan Simonpillai, Pamela Hutchinson, Jordan Hoffman, Benjamin Lee, Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard

24, Dec, 2020 @8:17 AM

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The 2020 Braddies go to … Peter Bradshaw's film picks of the year
Alongside our countdown of the best films of 2020, our chief film critic selects his favourite movies, directors and performances of the year

Peter Bradshaw

17, Dec, 2020 @9:18 AM

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Streaming: Tenet and other time-travel films to lose yourself in
Christoper Nolan’s sci-fi conundrum Tenet joins cinema’s ‘intelligently daft’ branch of time travel

Guy Lodge

12, Dec, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Christopher Nolan leads industry fury over Warner Bros' streaming move
Tenet director says studio’s decision to release its entire 2021 slate in the US simultaneously in cinemas and on HBO Max is ‘not how you treat film-makers’

Andrew Pulver

08, Dec, 2020 @1:10 PM

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Tenet up: listen, Christopher Nolan, we just can't hear a word you're saying
The Tenet director has dismissed critics of his poor sound mixing by blaming us for being too conservative. Why must he keep toying with our perception of sound?

Stuart Heritage

16, Nov, 2020 @2:56 PM

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Never-ending stories: from Bond to Galbraith, why is everything so long?
Films are bum-numbers, books are doorstoppers – even podcasts go on for hours. What’s behind the rise of cultural epics – and is it time someone gave them a trim?

Leaf Arbuthnot

29, Oct, 2020 @6:00 AM

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'Cinema brings hope in a way laptops cannot': what readers miss most about the movies
Last week we asked you to tell us what you most mourn about the big screen experience, as chains across the UK announce plans to close. Here’s what you had to say

Guardian film

13, Oct, 2020 @8:58 AM

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If cinemas survive this movie drought, 2021 will see a flood of blockbusters
With Bond, Marvel and Disney films all delayed, Hollywood may soon face a very different problem to the one it has now

Ben Child

09, Oct, 2020 @7:00 AM

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UK independent cinemas boom as multiplexes close doors
Smaller venues are picking up audiences while commercial blockbusters struggle

Steven Morris

08, Oct, 2020 @3:03 PM

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