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Film review: All is True

With Ben Elton and Kenneth Branagh at the helm, this quirky exploration of the final years of William Shakespeare’s life proves charming, intriguing and highly inventive, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.

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Film review: Burning

Inspired by a short story by Haruki Murakami, South Korean writer and director Lee Chang-dong’s darkly beautiful, sensual and disturbing portrayal of alienation and loss is so mesmerising and immersive that two and a half hours pass by as if in a dream.

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Film review: Little

From the producers of Girls Trip and Night School, the new feel-good movie Little offers a contemporary take on a tried-and-tested comedy formula.

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Film review: Pet Sematary

Pet Sematary is a new cinematic take on the Stephen King thriller that even he thought went too far. So how does it compare to the original ’80s film and other back-from-the-dead horrors? Tom Richardson gives his verdict.

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Film review: Destroyer

Director Karyn Kusama exposes facets of Nicole Kidman and Los Angeles we’ve never seen before in this dark, gritty and unconventional thriller.