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Six of the best: Film
theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now
Birdman **** Michael Keaton rises to the challenge in Alejandro González Iñárritu's dark comedy
Inherent Vice **** Paul Thomas Anderson films unfilmable Thomas Pynchon, in a stoner noir
Jupiter Ascending **** It's best to to take the Wachowskis' cosmic epic with a pinch of fairy dust
Kingsman: The Secret Service **** Action-packed James Bond pastiche by Matthew Vaughn
Selma ***** Beautifully judged Martin Luther King biopic from director Ava DuVernay
Still Life **** Eddie Marsan anchors quietly touching film about matters of mortality
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