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Marlowe: a sluggish outing for the veteran gumshoe

Supposedly made because director Neil Jordan wanted to see how Liam Neeson would interpret Philip Marlowe, this adaptation of a literary sequel not penned by Raymond Chandler is permeated by ennui.

By Graham Fuller

Marlowe: a sluggish outing for the veteran gumshoe
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Mr. Malcolm’s List: a frothy period-comedy

By Graham Fuller

Mr. Malcolm’s List: a frothy period-comedy
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Persuasion: an unpersuasive take on a well-worn tale

By Graham Fuller

Persuasion: an unpersuasive take on a well-worn tale
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Pistol plays the Sex Pistols story as cartoon

By Graham Fuller

Pistol plays the Sex Pistols story as cartoon
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Hive is a touching story of solidarity between Kosovan women in the aftermath of war

By Graham Fuller

Hive is a touching story of solidarity between Kosovan women in the aftermath of war
10 great

10 great films from 1976

By Sam Wigley, Brogan Morris and others

10 great films from 1976
Festivals

French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night

By Graham Fuller

French Exit sends Michelle Pfeiffer into the Parisian night
Interviews

Chloe Zhao on Nomadland and the road to self-rediscovery

By Graham Fuller

Chloe Zhao on Nomadland and the road to self-rediscovery
Lists

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
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Perry Mason review: Matthew Rhys stars in a convoluted reboot

By Graham Fuller

Perry Mason review: Matthew Rhys stars in a convoluted reboot
Polls

The best film books, by 51 critics

By Geoff Andrew, Michael Atkinson and others

The best film books, by 51 critics
Reviews

Cunningham review: revisiting the work of a giant of modern dance

By Graham Fuller

Cunningham review: revisiting the work of a giant of modern dance
Features

Divine inspirations: the art of The Lighthouse

By Graham Fuller

Divine inspirations: the art of The Lighthouse
Reviews

The Irishman review: De Niro and Scorsese say goodbye to the goodfellas

By Graham Fuller

The Irishman review: De Niro and Scorsese say goodbye to the goodfellas
The Greatest Films of All Time

Artist of the floating world: what makes Jean Vigo’s L’Atalante great

By Graham Fuller

Artist of the floating world: what makes Jean Vigo’s L’Atalante great
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A Dog Called Money review: P.J. Harvey’s musical journeys across scarred terrain

By Graham Fuller

A Dog Called Money review: P.J. Harvey’s musical journeys across scarred terrain
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The Goldfinch review: an adaptation shackled to Donna Tartt’s source saga

By Graham Fuller

The Goldfinch review: an adaptation shackled to Donna Tartt’s source saga
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At Eternity’s Gate review: Julian Schnabel brings Vincent van Gogh closer to God

By Graham Fuller

At Eternity’s Gate review: Julian Schnabel brings Vincent van Gogh closer to God
Features

The psychological western

By Graham Fuller

The psychological western
Reviews

Film of the week: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a bitterly poignant comedy

By Graham Fuller

Film of the week: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a bitterly poignant comedy
Features

In praise of 1940s icon and Lady Vanishes star Margaret Lockwood

By Graham Fuller

In praise of 1940s icon and Lady Vanishes star Margaret Lockwood
Lists

17 rare times when a director made five or more great films in a row

By Nikki Baughan, Graham Fuller and others

17 rare times when a director made five or more great films in a row
Features

In quest of the Romantic tradition in British film: Penda’s Fen

By Graham Fuller

In quest of the Romantic tradition in British film: Penda’s Fen
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Film of the week: Camille Claudel 1915

By Graham Fuller

Film of the week: Camille Claudel 1915
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Film of the week: Anomalisa

By Graham Fuller

Film of the week: Anomalisa
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Film of the week: Joy

By Graham Fuller

Film of the week: Joy
Polls

TV special: Home cinema

By Henry K Miller, Amy Taubin and others

TV special: Home cinema

The Singing Detective: 25 years on

By Graham Fuller

The Singing Detective: 25 years on
Features

Chaplin’s first masterpiece: The Vagabond

By Graham Fuller

Chaplin’s first masterpiece: The Vagabond
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