It has taken a German film to show Hollywood how to do humour.
Finally, a modern movie-musical that doesn’t mock itself.
Silence has its flaws, but it speaks to Scorsese’s greatness.
Meryl and Co, spare us the preaching.
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BAFTA's diversity guidelines undermine the transcendent power of film.
The new censorious rage over this great film must be resisted.
A new film offers a fascinating insight into the men’s rights movement.
Moore shreds his own reputation with his propagandistic ode to Hillary.
Louis Theroux’s zany big-screen outing is a return form.