To Die For (1995) Review

To Die For (1995) Review

Nicole Kidman and Joaquin Phoenix star in 1995 Gus Van Sant film ‘To Die For’, the tale of a woman who will go so far as to orchestrate murder to get ahead in her journalism career. Beth Sawdon reviews.

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The Little Game of Dogville, and a Philosopher Who Sucks at His Job

The Little Game of Dogville, and a Philosopher Who Sucks at His Job

Lars von Trier’s Bertolt Brecht-inspired film about absent of most elements of set paints a picture of a broken capitalistic system. Cole Clark analyses how in this piece on the movie starring Nicole Kidman and Paul Bettany.

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Bombshell (2020) Review

Bombshell (2020) Review

Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie star in ‘Bombshell’, the dramatisation of the Fox News takedown that came before #MeToo as we know it. Read our review, as written by Sophie Butcher.

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A Legend Honoured, Plus Updates on ‘The Batman’, New David Fincher Movie, New Robert Eggers Film, More

A Legend Honoured, Plus Updates on ‘The Batman’, New David Fincher Movie, New Robert Eggers Film, More

Over 20 major movie news stories, from casting on ‘The Batman’ to news on the new film studio in London, right through to the honouring of a legend, inside.

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Allison Janney Joins Fox News Anchor Movie

Allison Janney Joins Fox News Anchor Movie

2018 Oscar winning actress Allison Janney is to re-team with fellow ‘I, Tonya’ star Margot Robbie on the new Roger Ailes/Fox News/Sexual Assault movie from Annapurna pictures and the screenwriter of ‘The Big Short’.

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Robbie, Kidman, Theron Set for Fox News Movie

Robbie, Kidman, Theron Set for Fox News Movie

Annapurna are looking to follow up their hotly anticipated Dick Cheney biopic ‘Backseat’ with a star-studded drama about the 2016 Fox News sexual abuse scandal, and have locked in an all-star cast.

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The Beguiled (2017) Review

The Beguiled (2017) Review

“Instantly grabbing”, Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ (2017) starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning and Colin Farrell “is very much about women as individuals and a collective”. Our review.

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