Linda Marric

‘Horndog’ review: Rose Matafeo’s side-splitting missive to millennials

The Kiwi comic tackles K-pop, masturbation and Alex Kapranos during her riotous standup special

‘The White Tiger’ review: rags-to-riches thriller spotlights India’s class crisis

Newcomer Adarsh Gourav shines as a poverty-stricken driver to wealthy elites

‘Baby Done’ review: Taika Waititi-produced Kiwi comedy about parenthood

Rising star Rose Matafeo breaks out in a heartfelt indie

‘I’m Your Woman’ review: superb modern mob story with a stellar cast

Rachel Brosnahan-starring movie is thrilling and engaging without resorting to reductive tropes

‘Rose Island’ review: a film for the dreamers that narrowly misses the mark

Italian film is not earth-shattering or wholly original – but it is still both funny and undeniably engaging

‘Uncle Frank’ review: Paul Bettany’s great American road trip

The thinking man's Marvel star is on career-best form in an emotional coming-out drama

‘Luxor’ review: love, loss and cultural healing amid Egypt’s ancient ruins

Andrea Riseborough puts in a stunning performance as recovering war zone doctor Hana

‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’: star Amelia Eve tackles the horror series’ unanswered questions

Everything fans of the supernatural show need to know is here – and a few spoilers, too

‘One Night In Miami’ review: four Black icons meet at America’s cultural crossroads

During the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Sam Cooke and American footballer Jim Brown meet

Cult filmmaker Miranda July on her big-screen comeback ‘Kajillionaire’

The Cannes favourite's new film is her first in nine years – we find out why
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