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Roadkill, episode 2 review: David Hare’s daft political drama just manages to grip – despite its flaws

Die Another Day was merely the worst of four films that swung wildly between cringeworthy, clunky and weirdly sexless.

Daniel Craig's 007 swansong does not belong on the same platform as Emily In Paris.

Why does the BBC's flashy new drama resort to the same old 'bad Tory' cliches?

In reality, the Giuliani incident is a piece of cinematic chicanery as old as the medium.

The late host was sacked, erased from history, then used as a punching bag by Angus Deayton. Yet the BBC was lucky to have him.

Pepe taught love, fun and unity – until he was hijacked by neo-Nazis. His creator Matt Furie reveals his anguished battle to reclaim him.

Half-term brings a simple message for the studios: if you release new films, they will come.

Mick Jagger is a delight in this art-heist thriller, but Claes Bang and Elizabeth Debicki are wasted.

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Exclusive video: Tom Hiddleston and Ben Wheatley talk about adapting JG Ballard's High-Rise

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A cinema in Texas is going to show Team America in place of The Interview #soronery 

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Viceroy's House clip: watch Gillian Anderson and Hugh Bonneville ponder Britain's legacy in India

James Bond author sparks outrage after saying Idris Elba is 'too street' to play 007

A Star Is Born review: Lady Gaga electrifies in a Hollywood musical for the ages, says #VeniceFilmFestival 

So many are struggling to hear dialogue in Interstellar that notices like this have appeared

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