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Political editors heap praise on movie version of colleague Tom Bradby's Northern Ireland drama
It might be time to end the Bourne movie franchise, but it goes out with a bang not a whimper
Critics are split on whether Renner's character Aaron Cross is a 'capable heir' or 'a self-serious drip'
First-time documentary maker creates a riveting portrait of the unrepentant Chinese dissident artist
The Cockney-accented rough diamond isn't the first high-profile actor to suffer from the disease
Comedian who created Borat is set to make Bond spoof, but he has some stiff competition
Great Rock and Roll Swindle director creates a giddy kaleidoscope of London with a rocking score
New version of 1990s hit disappoints those who recall Arnold Schwarzenegger's moody original
Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis star in a blissfully vulgar tale of a pot-smoking, trash-talking stuffed bear
Orson Welles is finally beaten by Alfred Hitchcock after 50 years at the top of film critics list
Today is a momentous day in the history of the United Kingdom as millions of Scots vote on the future of their country. If the Scots vote Yes, the 307-year-old union between England and Scotland will come to an end.
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