Paul Bradshaw

‘Supernova’ review: star-studded dementia drama will leave you a blubbering wreck

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play an ageing couple struggling to cope

‘The Lie’ review: slow-paced mystery thriller has one final secret to reveal

Joey King's Blumhouse horror is unseated by an ill-advised, late-game plot twist

‘Black Box’ review: multi-genre mashup borrows the worst bits from ‘Black Mirror’

This high-concept sci-fi horror has potential, but it lacks the guts to go full-weird

‘The Trial Of The Chicago 7’ review: a thrilling piece of angry social history

Aaron Sorkin's weighty courtroom drama boasts an all-star cast of Oscar-nominated actors

‘Eternal Beauty’ review: Craig Roberts’ heartfelt indie is more than just good looks

Rising director blends stunning visuals with scenes of emotional intensity

‘David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet’ review: the most important film of the year

If you watch one movie in the whole of 2020, make sure it's this

Blood, bodies and the box: how ‘Seven’ changed film and TV forever

25 years on, David Fincher's crime-thriller masterpiece still holds up

Can you still enjoy a movie if you don’t understand it?

'Tenet' and 'I'm Thinking Of Ending Things' have audiences baffled – but there's nothing wrong with a good head fuck

Excellent adventures: Keanu Reeves’ 10 best films

As we wait for 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' to hit cinemas

Craig Roberts: “It’s OK to not feel normal”

From the Welsh valleys to the Hollywood Hills and back again – British film's indie auteur reflects on his remarkable career
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