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Why Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Family film has proved so controversial

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    This film about the Manson Family women promises to explore cult psychology

    Charlie Says picks up the story of three women involved in the Manson murders, years after they’ve been imprisoned.

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    The huge significance of those 7 little words in Captain Marvel

    There’s so much more to Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers than meets the eye…

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    The Hole in the Ground aims to reinvent the classic horror film

    2019 is going to be a big year for horror fans – and Lee Cronin has kicked things off with an eerie tale of abuse and identity theft in the forests of Ireland…

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    Rotten Tomatoes has made a big change to stop trolls slamming new films

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    Why it’s wrong to want Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga to be together IRL

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    Oscars 2019: highlights, winners, speeches, as they happened live at the 91st Academy Awards

    Stylist’s live coverage of the biggest awards ceremony of the year

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    Capernaum: why you need to watch this devastating and relentless film

    Take inspiration from Nadine Labaki’s heartbreaking tale of childhood survival, says Kemi J Williams.

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    Glenn Close says The Wife took 14 years to film, for this very depressing reason

    The critically-acclaimed film almost went unmade due to (of course) Hollywood sexism.

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    Why Fighting With My Family is the surprise film every woman should see in 2019

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    Dolly Parton gets real about Brexit, #MeToo and feminism

    Speaking at the gala night of 9 To 5 The Musical, Dolly Parton explained why her show is more relevant than ever before

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    Why it’s so important for Elsa to have a girlfriend in Frozen 2

    Fans are given a slither of hope that Frozen’s Elsa could have a girlfriend.

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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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    Your definitive feminist guide to 2019’s must-see movies

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    The definitive feminist ranking of every single Disney princess

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    If Beale Street Could Talk is the romantic film everyone needs to see in 2019

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    Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a beautifully observed portrayal of loneliness

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    Celine Dion fans, a brilliant musical biopic is on its way

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