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Actor Profile: Jennifer Lawrence

Andriana Hambi looks at the burgeoning career of Jennifer Lawrence

Visually impressive, Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock  Photo: Hitchcock, Fox Searchlight Pictures

Review: Hitchcock

Calum Ousby reviews Hitchcock, a biopic of the famous director

Arnie as promised, is back and he seems to be staying.  Photo: The Last Stand, Lionsgate

We need a hero!

Dylan Wiggan looks at the state of action stars

Skyfall was popular with critics and audiences alike Photo: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

I’m sorry but…Skyfall is overrated

Dylan Wiggan reexamines James Bonds most successful outing

Movie Poster for Danny Boyle's 'Trance' Photo: Cloud Eight Films, Film4

Preview: Trance

Robbie Davidson previews Danny Boyle’s latest directing venture since London 2012

DiCaprio as the terrifying Monsieur Candie Photo: Django Unchained, A Band Apart, The Weinstein Company

Actor Profile: Leonardo DiCaprio

Despite his recent Academy snub, Lloyd Hammett tells us why Leonardo DiCaprio has much to be proud of

Jessica Chastain as Maya in her search for Bin Laden Photo: Zero Dark Thirty, Relativity Media

Review: Zero Dark Thirty

Mark McGrath looks at the controversial Zero Dark Thirty

Easy Rider showed small budget didn't mean small success. Photo: Easy Rider, Columbia Pictures

A Year In Film: 1969

Andrew Home takes us through the film landscape of 1969

The Die Hard franchise continues this year with Die Hard 5

Money-spinning movie franchises

Dan King discusses Hollywood’s franchise fetish

Who will take home the coveted Best Picture award at this year's Academy Awards Photo: ebbandflowphotography @flickr

The race for Oscar glory

Dylan Wiggan chronicles this year’s battle for Oscars’ top prize: Best Picture

Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin hosting the 2010 Oscars Photo: Edjane Obama @Flickr

Top 5: Oscar hosts

Daniel Harold counts down his favourite Oscar hosts

Official Movie Poster for 'No'

‘No’

This week, our Cornerhouse Pick is Chilean director Pablo Larraín’s ‘No’