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Aronofsky's grand, poetic blockbuster brings new life to a familiar Bible story, say critics
Berenice Bejo is 'a revelation' in tense family drama from the director of A Separation
Skins actor Jack O'Connell wows critics with his 'powder-keg' performance in tough prison drama
Johansson a 'brilliant' alien femme fatale in this sci-fi thriller about love, lust and loneliness
Critics are calling Wes Anderson's new film starring Ralph Fiennes, stylish, deadpan and 'wonderful'
Christopher Lloyd presents device with 'more technology than the satellites sent to space in 2010'
Clever American retelling of bleak Mexican cannibal story 'grips from start to finish', say critics
Best picture is a three way-battle, while Matthew McConaughey looks set to win his first award
Writer and director Harold Ramis presided over some of the most successful comedies of the 1980s and 1990s
Von Trier's controversial new drama about sex addiction is a 'think piece' that's teeming with laughs
A soldier stands guard at a medical checkpoint in Nikabo, Sierra Leone. As health authorities in the country continue efforts to contain the disease, the army is enforcing controls designed to prevent Ebola spreading from one village to another.
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