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Six of the best: Film
theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now
Begin Again **** Keira Knightley stars in summertime feelgood flick about love, loss and pop songs
Boyhood ***** Linklater unveils his labour of love, over a decade in the making, and it's a doozy
Chef **** Don't stay hungry: Favreau's latest is fast, furious and fun – and it gets social media right
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes **** War, ooh ooh eee eee aah, what is it good for?
Finding Vivian Maier **** A talented, mysterious street photographer emerges, posthumously, in this intriguing documentary
Norte, the End of History ***** Lav Diaz's four-hour masterpiece transposes Crime and Punishment to the Philippines
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Chris Pratt delights in James Gunn's thrilling and funny space adventure
There's method in the visual madness of Michel Gondry's tale of tragically blighted love
Polanski's play on sex and power in this adaptation of an erotic-classic
Impressive, enigmatic debut from American indie director Daniel Patrick Carbone
Gael Garcia Bernal follows an immigrant journey in moving drama-doc
A Filipino New Wave classic draws on early cinema to attack American imperialism
Sweaty seamen and a seductive siren wreak havoc in Orson Welles’ confounding film noir
3D reboot of the myth is hard labour
Sequel to thoughtful action-horror hit deepens the dystopia
Jazz-world rollercoaster ride from John Cassavetes
David Gordon Green's latest marks a return to form for the mighty Nicolas Cage
Billy Wilder's peerless, deliriously funny sex-comedy is back on the big screen