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A falsely accused defies lynch-mob justice in Thomas Vinterberg’s disarmingly entertaining black thriller.
An odd couple of Midlands nerds wreak vigilante murder on the English Heritage trail in Ben Wheatley’s deadpan rural rural comedy.
Pairs of new royal costume dramas, ensemble heist movies, derivative thrillers and downbeat animations marked this year’s Korean crop, found Anton Bitel.
Jez Stewart risks the sneers of Guardian blog baiters to hail half a dozen instances of wholesome low-rent excellence at the Bradford Animation Festival.
The cuckoos win the day in David O. Russell’s super-charged kooky romcom. Lisa Mullen bows to the wise fools.
‘Underclass loses drugs war’, finds Eugene Jarecki’s sharp and sweeping exposé of the subject, a heartfelt mix of the personal and political.