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‘Ford v Ferrari’ review: sluggish auto-based drama never gets out of third gear

Like an unreliable car, 'Ford v Ferrari' works only in spurts

’21 Bridges’ review: there are far more than 21 reasons not to see this dreadful crime drama

'Black Panther' star ditches superheroes for corrupt cops, but perhaps he should have stayed in spandex

Shakira on the movie of her ill-fated El Dorado tour: “I knew someday I’d lose my youth or my beauty, but I never thought...

In October 2017, Latin pop superstar Shakira was wrapping up five months of arduous rehearsals in preparation for her 'El Dorado' world tour when...

‘Mystify: Michael Hutchence’ review: a touching tribute to one of music’s most misunderstood showmen

By the time the 1996 Brit Awards rolled into view the silky sounds of Australian rock juggernaut INXS had fallen out of favour. The...

‘The Irishman’ review: De Niro & Pacino reunion betters ‘Heat’ in Scorsese’s epic crime drama

As soon as the doo-wop harmonies of The Five Satins’ ‘In the Still of the Night’ ring out during the opening sequence of Martin...

‘A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood’ review: Tom Hanks shines in satisfying if not life-changing biopic

A mulled wine on a winter’s night. A log fire burning in the corner of a country pub. A genial Tom Hanks speaking words...

‘Le Mans ’66’ review: sluggish auto-based drama never gets out of third gear

Matt Damon’s Carroll Shelby is tearing through winding bends, burning rubber. The track is passing rapidly underneath him, his hands skilfully navigating each corner...

‘Marriage Story’ review: tear-stained break-up drama will have you in floods

Get the hankies at the ready. Noah Baumbach’s searing examination of a marital break-up, Marriage Story, is tailor-made to bring great swathes of the watery stuff...

‘Jojo Rabbit’ review: Taika Waititi’s hot streak continues

There is a palpable weight of expectation resting on the shoulders of cult filmmaker Taika Waititi. Thanks largely to a recent winning streak – What...

‘Joker’ review: a melancholic psychodrama punctuated by splashes of shocking violence

The camera crawls slowly towards a figure perched in front of a large, luminescent mirror. It sits on the Joker bearing a full face...

‘The King’ review: Timothée Chalamet stars in a film loaded with cliché

Timothée Chalamet's army of fans will no doubt be disappointed to see their idol’s misstep in David Michod’s tepid take on the coming-of-age of Henry...

My Dad Wrote a Porno: the gang talk through the sordid, game-changing journey so far

With 180 million downloads on the clock and counting, the pervy podcast with more prurience than you’d find at a high-society house party boasting...

NME at Venice Film Festival – ‘The Truth’ review: ‘Shoplifters’ director Hirokazu Kore-eda loses the golden touch

On paper, The Truth knocks it out of the park. Ethan Hawke, Juliette Binoche and Catherine Deneuve team up with last year’s Palme d’Or-winning...

NME at Venice Film Festival – ‘The Laundromat’ review: Soderberg’s in ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ mode with this Panama scandal flick

You might think that a picture on the 2016 Panama Papers scandal, featuring Meryl Steep and made by the filmmaker who brought us gritty...

NME at Venice Film Festival – ‘Ad Astra’ review: a sci-fi masterpiece as thought-provoking as it entertaining

Brad Pitt’s Captain Roy McBride climbs the outer rig of a space station, the tranquillity of space offering a calming respite as he undertakes...

NME at Venice Film Festival – ‘An Officer And A Spy’ review: Polanski’s latest is well-made and a little dull

The announcement of a new Roman Polanski picture arrives with a flurry of moral questions. The French-Polish citizen has been in hiding from American authorities...

‘Seberg’ review: a unique life renders an ordinary film

In the late 60s, you would have been hard pressed to find something that could put the willies up the American government more than...

Why Dylan needs saving from himself, and to call time on The Never Ending Tour

For the purpose of an experiment go and gather all of your prized possessions. Now walk to the window, toss them onto the street...

Asif Kapadia on his infamous Amy Winehouse biopic and new film ‘Diego Maradona’: “He’s done a lot of dark, heavy stuff”

“He is a very grey, shady figure – and not less so for having met him.” Asif Kapadia is reclining in his seat, deep...
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