Stanley Kubrickís 1968 tale of man, monkeys and rogue machinery returns to UK cinemas this weekend as part of the BFIís major sci-fi season. It continues to light up the screen and point the way forward, writes Mike McCahill.
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This landmark comedy drama, adapted by Christopher Hampton from the caustic Malcolm Bradbury novel, throws critical light on the period of its production as well as the period it portrays.
Michael Bondís beloved Peruvian ursine finally arrives on the big screen as the star of a new family movie, supported by a cast of British comedy faces. This heartening adventure proves no mere cash-in, cheers Mike McCahill.
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This archive-led documentary uses footage compiled by Swedish news crews working in Africa to illustrate aspects of Frantz Fanonís insurrectionary treatise The Wretched of the Earth. The footage is stronger than the argument, writes Mike McCahill.
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This documentary account of the life and times of Muhammed Ali downplays the fights to focus on the reminiscences of those who knew the boxer away from the ring. Director Clare Lewins pulls far too many punches, argues Mike McCahill.
This German drama, a prize-winner at this yearís Berlin festival, charts a latter-day teenagerís passage through the ranks of an extreme form of Catholicism. Donít let its formal rigour put you off, writes Mike McCahill.
Maggie Smithís pointed performance in My Old Lady, out now in cinemas, and news reports about a dressed-down Dame Maggie on the set of Nicholas Hytnerís and Alan Bennettís The Lady in the Van, spark thoughts about other film portrayals of people in the...