All articles by Guy Lodge

Reviews

We Own This City: brisk, brusque exposé of Baltimore police corruption

The new miniseries from George Pelecanos and The Wire creator David Simon dramatises the rampant corruption of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force in businesslike fashion.

By Guy Lodge

We Own This City: brisk, brusque exposé of Baltimore police corruption
Festivals

Coma: Bonello’s lockdown dreamscape feels glaringly dated

By Guy Lodge

Coma: Bonello’s lockdown dreamscape feels glaringly dated
Festivals

Peter von Kant acts as a distorted, speculative biography of Fassbinder

By Guy Lodge

Peter von Kant acts as a distorted, speculative biography of Fassbinder
The future of film

Chloé Zhao on the future of film

By Guy Lodge

Chloé Zhao on the future of film
Reviews

West Side Story is a musical reboot that’s tinged with melancholy

By Guy Lodge

West Side Story is a musical reboot that’s tinged with melancholy
Reviews

Eternals is the strangest Marvel film to date

By Guy Lodge

Eternals is the strangest Marvel film to date
Festivals

The Story of My Wife is all at sea in its exploration of marital dysfunction

By Guy Lodge

The Story of My Wife is all at sea in its exploration of marital dysfunction
Festivals

A Hero finds a debt-ridden prisoner walking streets paved with gold

By Guy Lodge

A Hero finds a debt-ridden prisoner walking streets paved with gold
Features

The long goodbye: has cinema finally learned how to depict dementia?

By Guy Lodge

The long goodbye: has cinema finally learned how to depict dementia?