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Past articles by Hannah:

65 review – Driver is better here than he has any need to be

Adam Driver stars as a pilot stranded in the Cretaceous period in this bafflingly undercooked sci-fi action flopbuster. → Read More

Knock at the Cabin review – bracing holiday horror

A family trying to enjoy a rural vacation find themselves faced with an impossible choice in M Night Shyamalan's new apocalypse thriller. → Read More

The Whale review – A worthy comeback for King Brendan

A grieving man battling an eating disorder attempts to reconnect with his daughter in Darren Aronofsky's drama. → Read More

The Fabelmans review – Sweet but never cloying

Steven Spielberg weaves a tale about his childhood love of cinema and the relationship between his parents in this light but lovely mostly true story. → Read More

Babylon review – occasionally dazzling, often deeply cringe

Damien Chazelle's big budget tale of big dreams in 1920s Hollywood hits an alarming number of bum notes. → Read More

Triangle of Sadness wins big at the European Film Awards

Hosted in Reykjavík, the 35th edition of the European Film Awards saw top honours for Ruben Östlund's satirical drama. → Read More

The Silent Twins review – Expressive but underwritten

The heartbreaking story of Jennifer and June Gibbons feels undersold by Agnieszka Smoczynska's drama. → Read More

White Noise review – Wig fears unfounded

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig reunite as a couple grappling with their fear of death in Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel. → Read More

Bones and All review – A sumptuous horror of a film

Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet play a pair of young cannibals on a trans-America road trip in Luca Guadagnino's sweet, squelchy horror romance. → Read More

Armageddon Time review – a bracing portrait of grief and turbulance

James Gray interrogates his fraught childhood in Regan-era New York City in this masterful, unflinching drama. → Read More

Bros review – a smug, stereotypical chore

Billy Eichner and Nicholas Stoller's gay rom-com isn't as groundbreaking or as romantic as it likes to think it is. → Read More

Live your Wes Anderson-inspired fantasy at an east London hotel

A pop-up at One Hundred Shoreditch celebrates the world of Accidentally Wes Anderson with a very special hotel room and immersive exhibition. → Read More

The Banshees of Inisherin review – heartbreak, severed fingers, and tiny donkeys

Martin McDonagh deploys his signature acerbic wit to an affectionate folktale as he reunites with Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell. → Read More

Decision to Leave review – A force of nature

The South Korean auteur known for squid-chomping, luxe erotica and graphic torture is back with a seductive mystery thriller. → Read More

Flux Gourmet review – A complex flavour profile

A sonic catering collective attends a prestigious residency in Peter Strickland's characteristically off-beat new flick. → Read More

Don't Worry Darling review – shaky sci-fi dystopia with surface-level politics

Olivia Wilde's sophomore feature sees Florence Pugh and Harry Styles in a 1950s daydream where everything isn't quite what it seems. → Read More

Catherine, Called Birdy review – medieval dramedy with charm to spare

A teenager in Medieval Lincolnshire contends with suitors and friendship problems in Lena Dunham's winsome coming-of-age dramedy. → Read More

Funny Pages review – Delightfully shifty coming-of-ager

A teenage cartoonist searches for authenticity in writer/director Owen Kline’s pleasingly grubby debut feature. → Read More

See How They Run review – Boorish Agatha Christie rip-off

An all-star cast can't save this predictable, often irritating attempt at putting a twist on Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap. → Read More

The Gray Man review – Gosling and Evans can’t save this actioner

A CIA assassin and a psychopath play a game of intercontinental cat and mouse in this poorly-executed action-thriller. → Read More