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Recent articles by Richard:

From the Oscars to Sundance, we're obsessed with true stories

Documentaries and fictionalised drama expose hard truths from the Oscars to Sundance. → Read More

Alita: Battle Angel​'s cutting-edge effects can't save its bland story

Review: Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron team up for a lacklustre blockbuster whose story can't match its glossy looks. → Read More

Lego Movie 2 not as awesome as the first, but it's pretty close

Review: The gloriously bonkers sequel is a toy to behold → Read More

Lego Movie 2 might not be as awesome as the first, but it's pretty close

Review: The gloriously bonkers sequel is a toy to behold → Read More

How to Train Your Dragon star on swapping dragons for horror

Jay Baruchel has voiced the much-loved animation for nine years, but now the Canadian star is swapping Hollywood for Captain Canuck. → Read More

How Serial inspired The Guilty, a stunning thriller coming to Hulu

Director Gustav Moller reveals how he turned confinement into deadly suspense in this gripping film that takes place in a single room. → Read More

Missing Link trailer offers more fun from Oscar-nominated animators Laika

Hugh Jackman, Zach Galifianakis and Zoe Saldana voice a new adventure. → Read More

The Kid Who Would Be King draws gentle adventure from the stone

If Marvel movies are too loud and too violent, this timeless update of the King Arthur tale is an antidote. → Read More

Lego Movie 2 review: Gloriously bonkers sequel is a toy to behold

Gags come brick and fast in the dizzying Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. → Read More

Velvet Buzzsaw: Netflix art snob horror comedy isn't a pretty picture

Review: The Nightcrawler team's satire starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo is more of a sketch than a major work. → Read More

Alita's Christoph Waltz sets aside acting techniques for FX blockbusters

The Oscar-winning star of Alita: Battle Angel admits improvisation can be expensive on a movie of this scale. → Read More

Hobbs and Shaw trailer is here and I'm totally digging it

Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham take on Idris Elba in an action spin-off that looks like fast, furious fun. → Read More

Alita: Battle Angel​ should be awesome, but it's all talk

Review: Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron team up for a lacklustre blockbuster whose story can't match its cutting-edge effects. → Read More

Velvet Buzzsaw: Jake Gyllenhaal art snob comedy isn't a pretty picture

The art-world horror comedy from the Nightcrawler team is more of a sketch than a major work. → Read More

Fighting With My Family: a wrestling comedy that suplexes your emotions

This bittersweet comedy pile-drives you with heartfelt hilarity. The real-life story of WWE superstar Paige is a total knockout. → Read More

Fighting With My Family: a wrestling comedy that suplexes your emotions

This bittersweet comedy pile-drives you with heartfelt hilarity. The real-life story of WWE superstar Paige is a total knockout. → Read More

iPhone fan Steven Soderbergh: Shooting on film is like 'writing in pencil'

The director explains why he shot the new Netflix movie High Flying Bird with a smartphone -- no matter how much it annoys Christopher Nolan. → Read More

Why SAG winner Black Panther could actually get best picture at the Oscars

Commentary: If any superhero movie can take home awards, Black Panther is the one. But should the Academy Awards resist Marvel's cultural domination? → Read More

Bill and Ted sequel 'hilarious,' Steven Soderbergh says at Slamdance

The long-awaited Bill and Ted Face the Music could be released at Christmas. No way! → Read More

Harvey Weinstein documentary Untouchable lets women tell their stories

A new documentary at Sundance shows the women allegedly abused by Harvey Weinstein speak directly to us. → Read More