Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s musical coming out just nine years after the end of World War II invited Germany back into polite society

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How a studio was bullied into releasing the first cut of an unsuccessful film

A large part of its appeal revolves around a simple fact, it is utterly terrifying

It is not just Nolan’s reputation that is on the line if Tenet is released in July

The director wanted to show things as they were – badly-led, no one wanting to fight or knowing what they were fighting for, says Christopher Silvester

For a folk hero this Ned has zero contact with the ordinary Irish folk who will supposedly come to love him, says Christopher Silvester

As the new Emma comes to cinema screens, Alexander Larman considers the innumerable Austen remakes over the past 25 years

Predictability and cyclical trends at the 92nd Academy Awards