Paul Bradshaw

‘Feel The Beat’ review: harmless, feelgood fluff for fans of ‘Step Up’

Netflix adds another teen drama that you'll forget as soon as the credits roll

Dreams within dreams: Christopher Nolan’s 10 best films

As we wait for the director's eleventh feature, 'Tenet', let's revisit his greatest ever movies

10 years on and terrorism satire ‘Four Lions’ is more relevant than ever

Social divisions may have deepened since 2010, but Chris Morris' classic comedy can still teach us how to make sense of them

‘Da 5 Bloods’ review: Spike Lee’s timely Vietnam War thriller digs into the past to examine the present

As anti-racism protests continue, the firebrand filmmaker returns with one of his best ever movies

John Malkovich: “What makes me laugh? A chimp in a space suit hurtling towards the sun”

The veteran actor's greatest role has always been playing himself – even before someone made a cult film about it. NME meets the Hollywood legend who no one really knows

Please Hollywood, don’t make a coronavirus movie

Explosions expert Michael Bay is preparing a big studio blockbuster about COVID-19

Doing the right thing: Spike Lee’s 10 best films

From award-winning biopics to biting sociopolitical thrillers

‘A Rainy Day In New York’ review: a damp end to Woody Allen’s Hollywood career

If this is the once-celebrated auteur's final widely-released movie, it's not how anyone would wish to go out

Streaming services have saved cinemas, but now they’re kicking them while they’re down

Theatres are right to boycott studios intent on wiping them off the map
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