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Greta Gerwig films – ranked!
Ahead of her starring role in White Noise, which opens the Venice film festival later this month – as well as her eagerly awaited Barbie movie – we rate Gerwig’s finest work

Ryan Gilbey

04, Aug, 2022 @1:53 PM

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Watch the fur fly: why cat films are better than dog films
Films with cats are cool and mysterious. Mutt movies are a soppy wet lick to the face. No surprise then which Hollywood favours

Ellen E Jones

28, Jun, 2017 @9:43 AM

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The best films of 2016 so far
As we approach the final months of 2016, it’s time to look back at the films our critics have so far rated the finest

Andrew Pulver and Alan Evans

28, Nov, 2016 @3:31 PM

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Cringe, little benefit: David Brent flounders in Finding Dory's wake
Life on the Road earns Ricky Gervais’s aspiring musician £1.5m in ticket sales, while Finding Dory overtakes Suicide Squad and swims back to No 1

Charles Gant

23, Aug, 2016 @11:20 AM

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Suicide Squad still supreme at the UK box office
DC Comics’ rampaging antiheroes hold Dory, Bourne and The BFG at bay for a second week as Zac Efron’s Wedding Dates edges into the Top 5

Charles Gant

16, Aug, 2016 @3:14 PM

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Wiener-Dog review: depression, death… and a dachshund
Director Todd Solondz finds an unusual way to link trademark tales of disease and disappointment, with good performances but mixed results

Wendy Ide

14, Aug, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Five of the best... films out now in the UK
The Shallows | Wiener-Dog | Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates | Pete’s Dragon | Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words

Steve Rose

12, Aug, 2016 @12:00 PM

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Ellen Burstyn: five best moments
The Oscar winner is part of an impressive ensemble in Todd Solondz’s dark road trip comedy Wiener-Dog. We celebrate her finest screen moments

Benjamin Lee

12, Aug, 2016 @7:44 AM

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Wiener-Dog review – Todd Solondz finds something to feel good about in pet project
The canine star of this deadpan black comedy, which also stars Danny DeVito, has a mute dignity that raises him above all the disillusioned humans in it

Peter Bradshaw

12, Aug, 2016 @7:33 AM

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Wiener-Dog: has Todd Solondz taken his screen misanthropy too far?
Once an acerbic comic talent, his latest dachshund dramedy sees the director go to new depressing lows

John Patterson

08, Aug, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Danny DeVito: ‘Do all you can to make sure Donald Trump doesn’t become president’
How social-media activism (and an oddball sitcom) introduced the 80s star to a millennial audience

Ashley Clark

30, Jul, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Todd Solondz: ‘There may be a line I shouldn’t cross – I don’t know where it is’
The writer-director has mined the darkest of subjects from stalking to rape to paedophilia. In Wiener-Dog he turns his attention to dachshunds and death

Rachel Cooke

24, Jul, 2016 @9:00 AM

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