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Ali G and Borat star begins filming new movie about spies and football hooliganism in the northern town
Critics dub coming-of-age tale filmed over 12 years 'an unassuming masterpiece'
Beautifully acted, literate tale of mismatched actors and Moliere is a rare comic treat
Critics drool over Jon Favreau's satisfying new comedy about food, friendship and family
Hollywood film about killing Kim Jong-un is an 'act of war', says North Korea
Duris and Tautou star in sexy, witty New York finale to the Spanish Apartment trilogy
Gugu Mbatha-Raw is 'radiant' in handsome historical drama about the anti-slavery movement
Follow-up to undercover police satire is sly, self-aware and goofily satisfying, say critics
Polanski turns drama of sexual role-play into a witty, elegant romp with juicy performances, say critics
From sensitive singers to outraged actors, Home Alone star is not the only one who has had enough
After a massive turnout at the ballot box, Scotland rejected independence by a margin of 55 per cent to 45 per cent. However, the vote paves the way for major transfer of powers away from London to the Scottish government.
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