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There’s intermittent fun to be had in this throwaway relaunch of the female secret agent franchise but the party is cut short by incoherent action and a clunky script.
The digital de-ageing gimmick adds little sprightliness to Ang Lee’s humourless thriller about a government agent on the run.
The Last Jedi director lets loose with a wickedly entertaining Agatha Christie homage featuring a star-packed cast.
Poor diets are the number one risk factor in the global burden of disease: they account for one in five deaths globally.
The most violent – and most frustrating – episode ever. Why are the creators destroying the world they once carefully depicted?
Using a fat person as a punchline is cheap and lazy. So why was everyone in the cinema audience laughing except me?
It mesmerised Proust, terrified Homer Simpson and gave us the Hunchback – Guardian critics celebrate Paris’s gothic masterpiece at the heart of the modern imagination. cathedral By: Oliver Wainwright, Stuart Jeffries, Peter […]
In traditional societies in Africa, a girl’s reproductive capacity was “owned” by her birth family.
The self-described ‘alpha chick’ has weathered addiction and the death of Prince to remain as funky as ever.
The last high-profile British person to dare to talk about Jollof rice was the chef.
Like most townships in South Africa, the vast majority of residents are black and many are extremely poor.
New evidence suggests a drop-off in results after the age of 17
The actor’s latest role is in The Little Stranger, a film that twitches with tension about class – which resonates with his own upbringing.
The desire to frame the debate over trans issues as being between feminists and trans activists is wrong, argues Vic Valentine, a trans activist