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Past articles by Stuart:

Things can always get worse – and here’s a Blippi movie to prove it

Was there ever a cheaper looking film than Blippi’s Big Dino Adventure? Children may be thrilled by the prospect, but they are foolish and need protecting. As do the parents → Read More

TV tonight: teenagers go on the run in a gory but gleefully silly thriller

An eight-part thriller starts on a cold open road. Plus: dispatches from celebrity sofas, and the Hampton Court garden festival. Here’s what to watch this evening → Read More

The Hot Wheels movie will be ‘emotional, grounded and gritty’. Why?

Keen to chuck its entire back catalogue at the big screen, Mattel has JJ Abrams working on a deadly earnest drama inspired by tiny cars. Can someone find the brakes? → Read More

TV tonight: Ellie Simmonds’s deeply moving search for her birth mother

The swimmer reveals how she was given up for adoption shortly after she was born. Plus: an investigation into the costs of renewable energy. Here’s what to watch this evening → Read More

Running, jumping, looking: is the new Mission Impossible the Tom Cruisiest film Tom Cruise has ever made?

Will the actor’s latest release deliver all of our favourite Tom Cruise moves and save the summer box office? → Read More

TV tonight: Nora from Queens is back, still dissatisfied and still a delight

Awkwafina’s millennial returns for a third series – and a scolding from her grandma. Plus: Joanna Lumley finds enchantment where there is patently none. Here’s what to watch this evening → Read More

TV tonight: Ross Kemp is a dodgy copper in a new CCTV thriller series

All is not what it seems in this Channel 5 drama. Plus, Bake Off: The Professionals is back. Here’s what to watch this evening → Read More

‘My body wasn’t up for the task’: the TV stars who film their scenes alone

From The Mandalorian to And Just Like That, big-name actors don’t always want a big ensemble shoot. Be it green screen or overdubbed dialogue, they’re finding ways around it → Read More

TV tonight: a haunting series about the evacuation of Kabul – from the people who were there

Never-before-seen footage shows the terrifying reality of what happened in 2021. Plus: Jon Snow reflects on his incredible career. Here’s what to watch this evening → Read More

Liam Neeson’s onscreen kids will explode if he stops driving. Plus ça change

The trailer for Retribution has been released. Can the latest episode of Liam Neeson: Unlucky Dad break the mould? → Read More

Wham! to Prisoner’s Daughter: the seven best films to watch on TV this week

The hair! The bangers! The larky new documentary about the 80s pop marvels! Plus, it’s Brian Cox’s first post-Succession project – and he’s playing another dad almost as bad as Logan Roy → Read More

The best films about AI – ranked!

Will artificial intelligence destroy humanity? That remains to be seen. For now, gen up on the dangers and delights with this selection of movies → Read More

Terrible ideas, tedious shows, zero talent: Meghan and Harry’s trainwreck podcast career

From Prince Harry’s deluded plan to interview Putin to a Meghan Markle podcast so insufferable Taylor Swift refused to appear, it’s been one disaster after another. No wonder they’ve been canned → Read More

Feel Chris Hemsworth’s sweat: has Netflix made the strangest billboard ever?

For action sequel Extraction 2, the streamer has created a giant poster which allows people the opportunity to touch the A-lister’s sweaty face → Read More

Lashings and ginger beer: how safe are the Famous Five with Nicolas Winding Refn?

The Danish director of Bronson and Pusher is to ‘reimagine’ Enid Blyton’s stories for a ‘progressive new audience’. Does this mean Anne will vomit up an eyeball? → Read More

Academy, take action: why there should be an Oscar for best stunts

The director of John Wick: Chapter 4 has revealed that he is in discussions with the Academy to officially recognise the power of action sequences – and it couldn’t happen quickly enough → Read More

A sunset, a helicopter and Hayley Atwell’s nan: how Tom Cruise ruined romance

The age-defying, stunt-performing, cake-disseminating superstar has raised the bar once again when it comes to grand gestures. It’s time for the rest of us to step up – or give up → Read More

Bite the hand that streams! Charlie Brooker is trolling Netflix – and it’s breathtaking

Black Mirror had become a grim, horrid dud … until Brooker used the new season to lash out at his bankrollers like a petulant child. Is this the ultimate act of self-sabotage? → Read More

Does the world really need a $4,650 Indiana Jones bag?

Luxury leather bags inspired by Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s character in the new Dial of Destiny movie are the latest collaboration between fashion and film – but this time fans can fawn over Indy discreetly → Read More

Boyd Holbrook: ‘You know what I’m striving for? The perfect performance’

The Kentucky-born actor has a talent for playing violent wrong ‘uns. It’s taken him from Logan and The Sandman to the new Indiana Jones film – but now his eyes are on an even bigger prize → Read More