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Mark Kermode on why American Graffiti still continues to shine
The US domestic box office figures for the first few months of the year may mean that 2014 will top $12 billion for the first time. But what are the films that people are flocking to see?
Mark Kermode on how the makers of Noah are trying to get the Pope's approval.
Mark Kermode on a letter sent to projectionists about The Grand Budapest Hotel.
The news has broken that Michael Bay is going to produce a remake of Hitchcock’s classic The Birds. But is that such a bad thing?
Mark Kermode picks his favourite Terry Gilliam films.
Mark Kermode on whether Gravity is a sci-fi film or not
Mark Kermode on the 2014 Oscars.
Mark Kermode explores Liam Neeson's sensitive side.
Last night this year’s Kermode Awards were revealed. What did you make of my choices and can you do better?
Mark Kermode looks at some of his favourite movie soundtracks.
Mark Kermode's view on the 2014 BAFTA Film Awards.
Mark asks whether we really need a four hour cut of The Wolf Of Wall Street and whether films should keep getting longer in the director’s cut?
Shia LaBeouf has been trying hard to shock us recently with his strange antics and odd outbursts. But in Lars Von Trier’s new film Nymphomaniac has he finally succeeded?
Mark Kermode on how Noah is being post-converted into 3D - but only in certain territories.
Mark Kermode says the future for the British film industry is bright.
The British film industry is flourishing but home-grown films often fail at the box office. What exactly makes a movie British these days?
When Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit opened last weekend it was considered a failure in the US because a third of its audience were over 50. What on earth is going on in Hollywood?
Mark gives his predictions of this year's Oscar winners.
Mark explains why he has problems with the lead character in The Wolf Of Wall Street.