Mark Kermode

Bassist. Freelancer. KERMODE ON FILM podcast. SECRETS OF CINEMA, BBC4. Observer Film Crit. Author HOW DOES IT FEEL? 1/2 of @Wittertainment 1/4 of @DodgeBrothers

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Nine films that should have won best picture at the Oscars
February, 18 2019
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Europe in 25 films: the critics’ choice
February, 10 2019
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If Beale Street Could Talk review – a heart-stopping love story
February, 10 2019
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Can You Ever Forgive Me? review – enjoyable real-life caper
February, 3 2019
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Destroyer review – Kidman’s bad cop blows them away
January, 27 2019
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My Oscar goes to... Our film critics reveal their personal shortlists
January, 20 2019
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Mary Queen of Scots review – power and passion in a battle royal
January, 20 2019
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Stan & Ollie review – a love letter to cinema’s odd couple
January, 13 2019
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Colette review – Keira Knightley shines in gritty, glamorous biopic
January, 6 2019
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Mark Kermode’s best films of 2018
December, 30 2018
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The Favourite review – Colman, Weisz and Stone are pitch-perfect
December, 30 2018
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The House That Jack Built review – a killer with room for improvement
December, 16 2018
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Sorry to Bother You review – Boots Riley finds soul-selling comedy gold
December, 9 2018
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Roma review – Alfonso Cuarón's bravura ode to his Mexican childhood
December, 2 2018
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Shoplifters review – tenderness in the bleakest of circumstances
November, 25 2018
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Suspiria review – dancing on the grave of a horror classic
November, 18 2018
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Waru review – death, guilt and Māori life lessons in eight acts
November, 11 2018
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They Shall Not Grow Old review – an utterly breathtaking journey into the trenches
November, 11 2018
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Widows review – Steve McQueen delivers an outstanding heist thriller
November, 4 2018
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Halloween review – a slasher classic you just can’t kill off
October, 21 2018
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First Man review – an inner space odyssey
October, 14 2018
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A Star Is Born review – a double act to leave you star-struck
October, 7 2018
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The Wife review – Glenn Close in a class of her own
September, 30 2018
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Climax review – bad trip at the danse macabre
September, 23 2018
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The busking film critic: how the double-bass changed my life
September, 9 2018
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The Miseducation of Cameron Post review – poignant, witty, defiant
September, 9 2018
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Cold War review – love in a communist climate
September, 2 2018
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BlacKkKlansman review – a blistering return to form for Spike Lee
August, 26 2018
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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review – full of hits and emotion
July, 22 2018
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Incredibles 2 review – sequel outshines the original
July, 15 2018
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Whitney review: the talent and the tragedy
July, 8 2018
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In the Fade review – Diane Kruger rescues a pulpy revenge story
June, 24 2018
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Hereditary review – shock horror? Only up to a point...
June, 17 2018
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Lek and the Dogs review – a boy’s best friends revisited
June, 10 2018
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Lean on Pete review – coming-of-age quest for a horse and his boy
May, 6 2018
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Beast review – a dangerous liaison to get your teeth into
April, 29 2018
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Funny Cow review – grit and wit
April, 22 2018
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Isle of Dogs review – a canine tale of strange beauty
April, 1 2018
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Gholam review – Shahab Hosseini mesmerises as Iranian exile in London
March, 25 2018
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The Square review – an archly entertaining swipe at the art world
March, 18 2018
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You Were Never Really Here review – a hitman with a conscience?
March, 11 2018
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A Fantastic Woman review – a bold and moving love story
March, 4 2018
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I, Tonya review – Margot Robbie doesn’t put a foot wrong
February, 25 2018
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The Shape of Water review – a seductively melancholy creature feature
February, 18 2018
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Loveless review – a lost boy in a toxic world
February, 11 2018
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Phantom Thread review – Paul Thomas Anderson’s deftly spun yarn
February, 4 2018
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Early Man review – stone age football’s finest hour
January, 28 2018
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The Post review – all the news they don’t want you to print
January, 21 2018
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It’s the alternative Oscars…
January, 21 2018
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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review – a search for justice writ large
January, 14 2018
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Mark Kermode is a writer who has produced content for theguardian.com
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