WIN: The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature film merchandise goody bag to celebrate UK release

Surly the squirrel and his pals are back in The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature and we have film merchandise goody bags to be won to celebrate its UK summer holiday release.
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CREEPY: A scene fromAnnabelle: Creation out in cinemas today. Picture : PA Photo/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc./Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC/Justin Lubin.

Review: Annabelle: Creation (15)

Demonic possession is child’s play in Annabelle: Creation, a 1950s-set prequel that enriches the mythology of the wooden doll, which wreaked havoc in the 2013 supernatural horror The Conjuring.

BEHIND THE SHEET: Casey Affleck in A Ghost Story. . Picture : PA Photo/Picturehouse Entertainment/Bret Curry, courtesy of A24.

Film review: A Ghost Story (12A)

It seems like every other month just now there’s an intriguing and subversive horror movie out. A Ghost Story is the latest, and perhaps the strangest.

BUDDING STARS: Jack Lowden as Morrissey and Laurie Kynaston as Johnny Marr in England is Mine.  Picture: PA Photo/Entertainment One

This charming man

Smiths frontman Morrissey is an elusive figure but a new film sheds light on his early years. Francesca Gosling reports.

World premiere - The poster for  new Harrogate micro-budget film Man In A Monster Suit.

Ripon hosts premiere of £600 spoof-horror film tonight

The world premiere of hilarious new micro-budget comedy film from Ripon and Harrogate will take place tonight
Are children taught enough about historic events like the Dunkirk evacuation?

YP Letters: Privileged but ignorant after horrors of Dunkirk

From; Valerie Moody, Little Smeaton. Pontefract.

Graham Relton from the Yorkshire Film Archive. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Lost jewel of Bradford’s Bollywood past goes on view

It looked more like Gargrave than the Ganges, but the Bollywood thriller they shot on the banks of the River Wharfe four decades ago is a jewel in the crown of Yorkshire’s forgotten cinema.

A scene from the blockbuster movie Dunkirk.

Hugh Sebag-Montefiore: Dunkirk - inaccurate film has touches that reflect the truth

If you take on the onerous task of portraying one of this country’s most famous defeats in a feature film, cinemagoers can be forgiven for demanding a smidgen of historical accuracy.

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OLD FRIENDS: The stars of the comedy Girls Trip, out in cinemas today.

Review: Girls Trip (15)

Sugar and spice and all things nice – that’s not what the girls who appear in director Malcolm D Lee’s raucous comedy are made of.

WARRIOR: John Cena in The Wall, out in cinemas now.

Review: The Wall (15)

Sandwiched between two Tom Cruise blockbusters – The Edge of Tomorrow and the forthcoming American Made – producer and director Doug Liman’s latest feels like something of a cinematic palate cleanser.

DRAMA: Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan (Emily) in The Big Sick.  Picture credit should read: PA Photo/StudioCanal.

Hollywood Dynasty

She’s an acclaimed writer and actor but Zoe Kazan’s role in The Big Sick will really put her on the map. Gemma Dunn reports.

WAR EPIC Kenneth Branagh as Commander Bolton in Dunkirk. Photo Credit: Melinda Sue Gordon.

War and peace

As Harry Styles swaps stage for screen, the One Direction star tells Laura Harding about the challenge of filming Dunkirk.

Defiant: The name of the small coastal town of Dunkirk has lodged in the British psyche as a byword for defiance. (Picture: Warner Brothers inc.)

Andrew Vine: Spirit reminds us we had to fight for our freedoms

I’LL be amongst the hordes packing into cinemas this week to watch Dunkirk, the new film about one of Britain’s finest hours, which opened at the weekend to rave reviews.

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Fionn Whitehead as Tommy in the new film, Dunkirk. (PA)

Chris Bond: In memory of the war’s forgotten heroes of Dunkirk

On June 4, 1940, as the last of the exhausted soldiers arrived in England from Dunkirk following a dramatic and fraught 10-day evacuation, Winston Churchill, who had been Prime Minister for less than a month, stood up in the House of Commons and gave a moving speech in which he gave thanks for what he described as the “miracle of deliverance” from Dunkirk.

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DRESS FOR DINNER: A scene from The Beguiled, out in cinemas today. Picture: Ben Rothstein/Focus Features/PA Images

Fatal attraction

Sofia Coppola talks to Laura Harding about tackling a remake with her new film, southern gothic drama The Beguiled.

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

There’s no escaping the titular significance of Spider-Man: Homecoming. The first Spider-Man movie made in collaboration with Marvel Studios, it feels like he’s finally back where he belongs.

That’s not to diminish Sam Raimi’s Tobey Maguire-starring take on the web-slinger. But after Marc Webb’s confused, Twilight-influenced reboot with the far-too-old-from-the-start Andrew Garfield, this new outing makes Spider-Man relevant and distinctive again, modernising him without losing sight of what makes the character so appealing.

Dunkirk, cert 12A, in UK cinemas from Friday, July 21, 2017.  2017 Warner Bros. Entertainment. All rights reserved.

WIN: Dunkirk IMAX family tickets and goody bags - see One Direction star Harry Styles big screen debut

To celebrate the release of Dunkirk - in UK cinemas July 21 - Warner Bros. Pictures have teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win an IMAX family ticket and official merchandise good bags.
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Author Lee Child at Ruby Bird studio New York.

Lee Child: How being sacked from my job turned me into a bestselling crime writer

Lee Child is one of the world’s bestselling authors. He talks to Chris Bond about Jack Reacher, his fond memories of Yorkshire, and why he always starts writing on September 1.

IN THE WOODS: Joel Edgerton in the thriller It Comes At Night.

It Comes At Night (15)

A family faces the onslaught of a disease that has decimated America in a slow-burning psychological thriller directed by Trey Edward Shults.

WISE WOMEN: Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot in The Midwife.

Review: The Midwife (12A)

Two of France’s most watchable actresses – Catherine Frot and Catherine Deneuve – enliven writer-director Martin Provost’s contemplative drama.

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