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Featuring a spellbinding performance from Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood is a charming and heartwarming look at a true American icon, writes Will Burdess

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In this new weekly feature, the writers and editors of the film section come together to recommend films that fit a certain theme. This week, our theme is climate change

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Review: Richard Jewell

With a trio of brilliant central performances, Richard Jewell is a well-crafted character study that continues Eastwood’s exploration of the American hero

Review: The Lighthouse

Robert Eggers steers far from a sophomore slump with this atmospheric horror punctuated by sledgehammer performances from Robert Pattinson and Wilem Defoe, writes Carl Fitzgerald

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Review: Bombshell

Due to a combination of unlikeable protagonists and questionable toning, Bombshell is unable to realise the potential that its cast and subject matter deserves, writes James McCafferty

Twenty years on from its original release, Stanley Kubrick’s final feature proves as baffling, bizarre and frankly dull as ever, writes Alex Ferguson

Review: Cats

Writer Margherita Concina braves the nightmarish world of the feline CGI house of horrors and finds out that, despite its quirks, Cats has some charm to its bizarre world of fluff

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Review: Parasite

Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winner is a brilliant satire on social inequality, and a mesmerising cinematic experience, writes Michal Wasilewski

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Oscars 2020 Predictions

With the 2020 Academy Awards almost upon us, Michal Wasilewski takes a look the contenders and makes his predictions for this year’s winners

Georgina Davidson takes a look at Gorillaz: Reject False Icons, the latest documentary from the innovative and enigmatic virtual band, and reflects on the creativity and influence of their illustrious twenty-year career

Review: A Hidden Life

Terrence Malick returns with a thought-provoking and beautifully crafted homage to the life of Franz Jägerstätter, an Austrian conscientious objector during World War II, writes Zofia Gryf-Lowczowska

Review: 21 Bridges

Brian Kirk’s gritty Brooklyn-set police thriller 21 Bridges features exhilarating action set-pieces alongside an important and timely social message, writes Patrick Jones-O’Brien

Review: Why Women Kill

Created by Desperate Housewives showrunner Marc Cherry, Why Women Kill is a brilliantly written, genre-bending and stereotype-shattering anthology series, writes Theatre Editor Jay Darcy

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Motherless Brooklyn uses stunning cinematography and a great soundtrack to craft a compelling and relevant story