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Spooks Revisited: A Look Back at The Greater Good

A Spooks devotee will likely delight in the tense standoffs and shaky-cam chases, but as a standalone film The Greater Good is less compelling – and, ultimately, an unnecessary extension upon the Spooks brand.

Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History: Female rule breakers in film

Where do women fit in amongst the rule breakers in film?

Beyond Rain Man: Where do Autistic people see themselves in Film & TV?

Autistic characters are everywhere, the spectrum isn't what you think, and we can't all count cards.

Great Scott! How to hoax the planet (by accident)

It's Back to the Future Day - so here's the inside story of the now-infamous hoax...

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

Silent classic Safety Last!, Claire Denis's sensual Beau Travail, and the problematic 1936 version of Show Boat are all reviewed in this month's column.

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

This month's Cri Life column features reviews of The Lady Eve, Marriage Story, and Taste Of Cherry.

Companion Pieces: The Fisher King and Welcome to Marwen

Fantasy worlds and childrens toys help these men process real world trauma.

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

Reviews of Female Trouble, The Cameraman, and Three Outlaw Samurai.

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

This month's column reviews Husbands, Scorsese Shorts, and Dance, Girl, Dance.