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Late Night is the perfect romantic comedy for ambitious women

This is a love story between a woman and her job, and that’s why it’s so good.

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Netflix's Always Be My Maybe teaches us the most important love language of all

With added Keanu Reeves, too.

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Long Shot review: Romance usurps bromance in this satirical comedy

There are a few bum notes in Long Shot, but ultimately Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen shine bright in this thoroughly enjoyable romcom.

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Is Avengers: Endgame REALLY worth three hours of your life? Stylist investigates

We all know that the superhero genre can be sexist – but Marvel’s Endgame is here to change that.

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Sexist trolls are targeting Captain Marvel with fake bad reviews

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All is True is a touching, witty and human portrait of a literary genius

Kenneth Branagh's depiction of Shakespeare as a flawed, fraught and fallible man is unlike anything bardophiles have seen before, says Kemi J Williams.

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Film Review | Can You Ever Forgive Me? starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant
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Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a beautifully observed portrayal of loneliness

Melissa McCarthy is truly magnificent as an embittered and whiskey-soaked Lee Israel, says Under Her Eye’s Emily Gargan.

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Beautiful Boy is a tale of addiction, love and recovery

But Felix Van Groeningen’s film offers up a sanitised depiction of the drugs epidemic, says Kemi Williams.

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The Favourite is unlike any period drama you’ve ever seen before

“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the Queen bitch of them all?”

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RBG is already one of the most important films of 2019

An intimate portrait of an unlikely rock star: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Sorry to Bother You is a daring satire about the evils of capitalist greed

You'll feel uncomfortable for all the right reasons

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Say hello to Anna and the Apocalypse, your new gory Christmas classic

Hey Anna, are you ok?

Disobedience - Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams
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Disobedience is a passionate story of repressed desire and religious duty

Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz’s Disobedience is a powerful faith vs lust story for the ages

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Under Her Eye: meet Stylist's film critics
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Under Her Eye: meet the women who will change the way you think about film

After a three-month search, Stylist is thrilled to reveal the winners of our Under Her Eye female film critic initiative

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“Why Widows is the perfect antidote to saccharine girl-power movies”

Viola Davis’ new film doesn’t peddle tired tropes about sisterly solidarity – and it’s all the more powerful for it.

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What the critics are saying about Lady Gaga’s first major film role

A Star Is Born premiered at the Venice Film Festival – and the first reviews are in.

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Why you’ll soon be seeing more reviews by women on Rotten Tomatoes

The influential film site is making major changes in a bid to increase gender diversity.

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Female film critics are still the minority. Here’s what Stylist is doing about it

We're looking for three budding film critics to join us on a mission of equality

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Why the world needs more female film critics

As Stylist launches a new initiative to galvanise female film reviewers, we investigate why representation matters now more than ever.

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