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Six of the best: Film
theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now
Black Coal, Thin Ice **** Elliptic Chinese noir hits home, compellingly
Danny Collins **** Al Pacino returns in irresistibly barnstorming form
Jurassic World **** Juddering 3D dinosaur epic leaves no stone unturned in its assault on the senses
Listen Up Philip **** Jonathan Pryce and Jason Schwartzman as literary men behaving badly
London Road **** Stage hit deepens in transfer to screen
The Look of Silence ***** Distressing and powerful companion piece to The Act of Killing
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Schwarzenegger grins through a grim resurrection for the franchise
Profoundly depressing scrutiny of the ascent and decline of Amy Winehouse
A major BFI retrospective marks the centenary of the director's birth
Teen horror with a kind but chilling heart
Boundary-pushing documentaries were among strong offerings in the festival's closing days
Woody Allen haunts Peter Bogdanovich's putative comeback
Swedish depiction of the collapse of male character will make you squirm
Edinburgh puts other festivals in the shade with an amazing array of female filmmakers
British cycling captured on film, from 1899 to 1983
Vienna, the zither, a twist of Lime: Carol Reed's newly restored noir masterpiece returns
Weak documentary about a transcontinental rail journey freighted with art 'happenings'
Masterful McKellen captures the great detective in his twilight years