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Past articles by Hannah:

Steven Yeun is finally getting his dues

From The Walking Dead to Minari, we chart the amazing journey of this Oscar-nominated Korean-American star. → Read More

Sound of Metal review – Ahmed gives the performance of his career

Riz Ahmed plays a drummer who loses his hearing in writer/director Darius Marder’s bold and brilliant debut. → Read More

Zack Snyder’s Justice League review – A mild improvement on the original

This cameo-stuffed, fan service-heavy redux of the 2017 superhero pile-up just about justifies its existence. → Read More

Nomadland review – A melancholy marvel from Chloé Zhao

Chloé Zhao goes three for three with this extraordinary chronicle of life on the fringes of American society. → Read More

Pieces of a Woman review – Vanessa Kirby is remarkable

Kornél Mundruczó’s affecting drama follows a couple who experience the loss of their first child shortly after birth. → Read More

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead review – A surprising change of pace

A family gathering to ring in the new year spells trouble in the latest from Ben Wheatley. → Read More

The 20 best film posters of 2020

From the classic to the abstract, we count down our favourite poster designs from a highly unusual year of movies. → Read More

Wonder Woman 1984 review – A sprawling, muddled mess

There’s plenty of pizzazz in Patty Jenkins’ DC sequel, but it lacks the charm and personality of its predecessor. → Read More

A new film programme challenges perceptions of fat bodies

Curated by Grace Barber-Plentie, Reframing the Fat Body allows plus size people to exist without judgement or limitation. → Read More

Happiest Season review – a sweet tonic for winter blues

Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis star in Clea DuVall’s festive rom-com about going home and coming out. → Read More

Spree review – A satirical look at streaming culture

Joe Keery stars as an aspiring streamer driven to extremes in his never-ending quest for viral fame. → Read More

Mank review – A complex, cynical delight from David Fincher

The man behind the man behind Citizen Kane is the subject of David Fincher’s sparkling paean to classic Hollywood. → Read More

Rebecca review – Lacks the Gothic lusciousness of du Maurier’s novel

Armie Hammer and Lily James are woefully miscast in this limp adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel. → Read More

Hubie Halloween review – Sweet, silly, seasonal Sandler

Adam Sandler treats – or tricks – us with a festive family comedy about kindness and the importance of a good flask. → Read More

Kajillionaire review – A silly, sweet delight from Miranda July

Writer-director Miranda July channels her offbeat brand of humour into a heist movie, with predictably charming results. → Read More

On the Rocks review – The least “Sofia Coppola” Sofia Coppola film

Rashida Jones and Bill Murray star in Sofia Coppola’s New York caper about a woman who suspects her husband is having an affair. → Read More

The Devil All the Time review – A dreary, overburdened slog

Antonio Campos’ star-jammed Southern potboiler fails to capture the poetic misery of Donald Ray Pollock’s source novel. → Read More

I’m Thinking of Ending Things review – A haunting highwire act

Charlie Kaufman presents a mind-bending psychodrama about a young woman’s journey to meet her boyfriend’s parents. → Read More

Matthias & Maxime review – Xavier Dolan is back to his best

Xavier Dolan returns to his Québécois roots with this lilting reflection on lost youth and unspoken love. → Read More

Rashida Jones and Bill Murray drink Martinis in the On the Rocks trailer

Sofia Coppola’s seventh film is a modern screwball caper set in New York City, and the first co-production between A24 and Apple. → Read More