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Me Before You director defends film against disability campaigners

Thea Sharrock dismisses ‘fundamental misunderstanding’ of her story about a carer who falls for her quadriplegic clientThe Me Before You director, Thea Sharrock, has defended her film – which stars Game of Thrones’s Emi... 1172 days ago


Why the EU's plans for a single market in film need to be opposed

If we prefer thought-provoking European films to formulaic blockbusters, we must halt this attempt to buffer the power of monopolistic playersKen Loach’s second Cannes Palme d’Or for his new film, I, Daniel Blake is the... 1172 days ago


Michael Bay casts ‘Britain’s loneliest dog’ in Transformers 5

Director offers film role and a new home to Freya, an epileptic Staffordshire bull terrier who has spent her life in an animal shelterHe helped launched the careers of Megan Fox, Jack Reynor and Shia LaBeouf, now Michae... 1172 days ago


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' profits halved – the Dailies film podcast

The Guardian film team’s round-up of Monday’s movies news and reviewsYour daily update of the latest news and reviews from the Guardian film team. Now showing:Sequels are on the slide as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 m... 1172 days ago


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 becomes latest sequel to underperform at US box office

Out of the Shadows opens 46% lower than previous film, while Alice Through the Looking Glass and X-Men: Apocalypse continue to disappointTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 topped the US box office over the weekend but with ... 1173 days ago


Remembering the Man podcast: how Timothy Conigrave narrated a documentary about his own death

At an event recorded live in Melbourne, we look at the documentary that explores the lives and romance of Timothy Conigrave and John Caleo – the subjects of Australian memoir, play and film Holding the Man. Guardian Aus... 1173 days ago


A Month of Sundays podcast: midlife crises and the mental health of men

Recorded live in Melbourne, Guardian Australia’s film critic Luke Buckmaster discusses Australian film A Month of Sundays with writer and director Matthew Saville, stage and screen actor Julia Blake, and Steve Biddulph,... 1173 days ago


Michael Moore: ‘Trump inspires his side. It’s like Munich in 1932’

The documentary maker reveals how illness, divorce and his father’s death changed him and why Donald Trump really is a fascistI’m not sure which Michael Moore I’m going to get when I call him in New York. Will I get the... 1174 days ago


Carice van Houten: ‘I feel like my back is straightening when I become Melisandre’

The Game of Thrones star on playing Nazi film director Leni Riefenstahl, getting into character and male nudityActor and singer Carice van Houten was born in the Netherlands in 1976. Acclaimed in her own country, where ... 1174 days ago


The Nice Guys review – sleaze and slapstick in 70s LA

Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe do chalk and cheese in Lethal Weapon writer Shane Black’s old-school buddy picRyan Gosling’s private investigator makes most of his discoveries by falling off, over and into thingsIn ... 1174 days ago


Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach review – tribute to a cinematic giant

A look back at the Palme d’Or-winning director’s 52-year career underlines his creative importance to film and beyondThis spry, sharp-witted documentary couldn’t be more timely. An affectionate appraisal of the work of ... 1174 days ago


Warcraft review – dull-witted computer game spin-off

Duncan Jones disappoints with fake mythology and a bludgeoning scoreThe week’s major cinematic disappointment is the fact that the talent of director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has been chewed up by the studio fra... 1174 days ago


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows review – relentlessly dumb

The heroes in a half-shell are back to delight the kids, but bore the parentsThey say that there are no new stories, just a constant recycling of the same themes. Even so, it’s fairly depressing that two films this week... 1174 days ago


Me Before You review – undeniable, if chintzy, charm

A somewhat cynical tear-jerker is saved by the winning performances of its two leadsA glossy adaptation of the bestselling novel from Jojo Moyes, this film is a precision-tooled tear-extraction device. And if that makes... 1174 days ago


Misconduct review – world-class levels of dreadfulness

Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino blot their CVs with a legal thriller that confounds for all the wrong reasonsThis baffling legal thriller could be shown in film schools as a textbook example of how not to make a movie. Ev... 1174 days ago


Blood Orange review – Iggy Pop steals the show

The veteran punk plays to type as a reclusive wild man of rockThe screen presence of rock legend Iggy Pop is magnetic. With his six-cylinder growl of a voice and his bourbon and fag ash complexion, he doesn’t need to deliver much in the way of a performance. ... 1174 days ago


Race review – racial politics for beginners

A biography of black American athlete Jesse Owens, covering his triumph at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, fails to do the story justiceWell-meaning but deferential and even rather naive at times, this drama about Jesse Owens’s journey over the hurdles of racism an... 1174 days ago


The Revenant; Concussion; The 33; Go With Me; Scott of the Antarctic; Shane; The Lady Gambles; No Man of Her Own – review

Leonardo DiCaprio grunts and winces his way through icy landscapes, while Will Smith strains just a... 1174 days ago


The Measure of a Man review – rage against the machine

A laid-off factory worker must fight for his dignity in a moving portrait of working-class lifeThe influence of Ken Loach’s humanism and naturalistic approach is evident in The Measure of a Man, Stéphane Brizé’s empathe... 1174 days ago


Ben Kingsley: why I now know that women make the best directors of men

The veteran actor’s new film, Learning to Drive, is directed, written and produced by women. He explains why it’s an experience he’s keen to repeatHe has won world renown – and an Oscar – for his roles in films by some ... 1174 days ago


Michel Gondry: the most unpredictable man in film

As his Noam Chomsky animation proves, nobody does freewheeling movie-making like the French directorToday’s film-makers are a navel-gazing bunch. Often, they seem less concerned with each project’s individual worth than with its place along some grand career ... 1175 days ago


Fox apologises for X-Men billboards showing Jennifer Lawrence being strangled

Posters showing Lawrence’s character Mystique being strangled by Oscar Isaac’s Apocalypse widely criticisedFilm company 20th Century Fox has apologised for a billboard that features Jennifer Lawrence’s X-Men: Apocalypse... 1175 days ago


Amber Heard suing man who said her Johnny Depp abuse claims are blackmail

In a defamation suit filed against the comedian and Depp’s close friend Doug Stanhope, Heard also makes more allegations against her estranged husbandJohnny Depp’s estranged wife Amber Heard has hit back in a defamation... 1175 days ago


Elizabeth Banks bows out of directing Pitch Perfect 3

The actor-turned-director made her directorial debut with Perfect Perfect 2 – but has decided to only star in and produce the third film in the hit seriesElizabeth Banks will not be returning to the Pitch Perfect direct... 1175 days ago

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