Benjamin Lee

'I’m really not interested in what he’s writing' - Michael Haneke. @GuardianUS

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Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow to play the Clintons on Broadway
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Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow to play the Clintons on Broadway
October, 4 2018
Kate Beckinsale on her role in Farming: 'If the parent is 100% evil, it's almost less damaging'
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Kate Beckinsale on her role in Farming: 'If the parent is 100% evil, it's almost less damaging'
September, 28 2018
Emmys 2018: The Handmaid's Tale takes on Game of Thrones – live
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Emmys 2018: The Handmaid's Tale takes on Game of Thrones – live
September, 18 2018
Sean Penn: 'salacious' #MeToo movement will 'divide men and women'
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Sean Penn: 'salacious' #MeToo movement will 'divide men and women'
September, 17 2018
Oscars 2019: who are this year's early frontrunners?
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Oscars 2019: who are this year's early frontrunners?
September, 17 2018
Hold the Dark review – Netflix chiller aims high, lands somewhere in middle
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Hold the Dark review – Netflix chiller aims high, lands somewhere in middle
September, 13 2018
Boy Erased review – plodding gay conversion drama lacks power
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Boy Erased review – plodding gay conversion drama lacks power
September, 12 2018
Green Book review – charming deep south road trip is worth taking
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Green Book review – charming deep south road trip is worth taking
September, 12 2018
Destroyer review – Nicole Kidman transforms for bitter noir dirge
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Destroyer review – Nicole Kidman transforms for bitter noir dirge
September, 11 2018
The Death and Life of John F. Donovan review – Xavier Dolan's wild misfire
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The Death and Life of John F. Donovan review – Xavier Dolan's wild misfire
September, 11 2018
Can You Ever Forgive Me? review – Melissa McCarthy forges a great performance
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Can You Ever Forgive Me? review – Melissa McCarthy forges a great performance
September, 10 2018
Ben is Back review – Julia Roberts can't save middling addiction drama
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Ben is Back review – Julia Roberts can't save middling addiction drama
September, 10 2018
If Beale Street Could Talk review – Barry Jenkins' tragic romance soars
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If Beale Street Could Talk review – Barry Jenkins' tragic romance soars
September, 10 2018
Where Hands Touch review – interracial Nazi romance is a well-intentioned bore
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Where Hands Touch review – interracial Nazi romance is a well-intentioned bore
September, 10 2018
Halloween review – Jamie Lee Curtis is back! But this time: no tricks or treats
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Halloween review – Jamie Lee Curtis is back! But this time: no tricks or treats
September, 9 2018
Widows review – Steve McQueen dazzles with masterful thriller
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Widows review – Steve McQueen dazzles with masterful thriller
September, 9 2018
Beautiful Boy review – Timothée Chalamet shines in grim addiction drama
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Beautiful Boy review – Timothée Chalamet shines in grim addiction drama
September, 8 2018
The Front Runner review – Hugh Jackman makes headlines in nuanced drama
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The Front Runner review – Hugh Jackman makes headlines in nuanced drama
September, 8 2018
Donnybrook review – Jamie Bell fights against poverty in shallow drama
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Donnybrook review – Jamie Bell fights against poverty in shallow drama
September, 8 2018
The Predator review – Shane Black's zippy revamp offers retro pleasures
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The Predator review – Shane Black's zippy revamp offers retro pleasures
September, 7 2018
Greta review – Isabelle Huppert torments Chloë Grace Moretz in dim-witted thriller
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Greta review – Isabelle Huppert torments Chloë Grace Moretz in dim-witted thriller
September, 7 2018
Kursk review – devastating drama tackles Russian submarine tragedy
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Kursk review – devastating drama tackles Russian submarine tragedy
September, 7 2018
Oscar race heats up as star-studded Toronto film festival begins
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Oscar race heats up as star-studded Toronto film festival begins
September, 5 2018
Destination Wedding review – Keanu and Winona reunite for mean-spirited romcom
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Destination Wedding review – Keanu and Winona reunite for mean-spirited romcom
August, 30 2018
Summer 2018 box office: what can we learn from the hits and misses?
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Summer 2018 box office: what can we learn from the hits and misses?
August, 28 2018
Barbara Harris, Nashville and Freaky Friday actor, dies at 83
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Barbara Harris, Nashville and Freaky Friday actor, dies at 83
August, 21 2018
Danny Boyle exits Bond 25 over 'creative differences'
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Danny Boyle exits Bond 25 over 'creative differences'
August, 21 2018
The Last Jedi's Kelly Marie Tran speaks out against online bullying
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The Last Jedi's Kelly Marie Tran speaks out against online bullying
August, 21 2018
MTV VMAs: Madonna tribute to Aretha Franklin proves divisive as Camila Cabello wins big
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MTV VMAs: Madonna tribute to Aretha Franklin proves divisive as Camila Cabello wins big
August, 21 2018
American History X director Tony Kaye to cast robot as lead actor in next film
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American History X director Tony Kaye to cast robot as lead actor in next film
August, 15 2018
Fahrenheit 11/9: first trailer for Michael Moore's Trump documentary
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Fahrenheit 11/9: first trailer for Michael Moore's Trump documentary
August, 9 2018
Oscars: Academy to add achievement in popular film category
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Oscars: Academy to add achievement in popular film category
August, 8 2018
Like Father review – Netflix comedy is easy to watch, easier to forget
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Like Father review – Netflix comedy is easy to watch, easier to forget
August, 2 2018
If Beale Street Could Talk: first trailer for Barry Jenkins' Moonlight follow-up
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If Beale Street Could Talk: first trailer for Barry Jenkins' Moonlight follow-up
August, 2 2018
Parker Posey: ‘I didn’t think I would work again – so I wrote a book’
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Parker Posey: ‘I didn’t think I would work again – so I wrote a book’
July, 31 2018
Charlie's Angels: Kristen Stewart to head up Elizabeth Banks-directed reboot
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Charlie's Angels: Kristen Stewart to head up Elizabeth Banks-directed reboot
July, 26 2018
Disney fires Guardians of the Galaxy franchise director after offensive tweets
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Disney fires Guardians of the Galaxy franchise director after offensive tweets
July, 21 2018
Unfriended: Dark Web review – cyber sequel traffics in digital cruelty
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Unfriended: Dark Web review – cyber sequel traffics in digital cruelty
July, 19 2018
Makers of S-Town podcast sued by subject's estate
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Makers of S-Town podcast sued by subject's estate
July, 18 2018
Boy Erased: first trailer for Oscar-tipped gay conversion drama revealed
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Boy Erased: first trailer for Oscar-tipped gay conversion drama revealed
July, 17 2018
Harvey Weinstein lawyer denies report that producer 'offered acting jobs for sex'
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Harvey Weinstein lawyer denies report that producer 'offered acting jobs for sex'
July, 13 2018
Scarlett Johansson drops out of trans role after backlash
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Scarlett Johansson drops out of trans role after backlash
July, 13 2018
Sacha Baron Cohen hits back at Sarah Palin as Roy Moore admits being duped
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Sacha Baron Cohen hits back at Sarah Palin as Roy Moore admits being duped
July, 12 2018
Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones leads race with 22 nominations
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Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones leads race with 22 nominations
July, 12 2018
Eighth Grade review – adolescence is excruciating in finely observed gem
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Eighth Grade review – adolescence is excruciating in finely observed gem
July, 11 2018
Skyscraper review – The Rock towers over an inferno of cliches
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Skyscraper review – The Rock towers over an inferno of cliches
July, 10 2018
The First Purge review – patchy, dour prequel is a nihilistic Trumpian horror
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The First Purge review – patchy, dour prequel is a nihilistic Trumpian horror
July, 3 2018
David Lynch responds to Trump: ‘You are causing suffering and division’
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David Lynch responds to Trump: ‘You are causing suffering and division’
June, 26 2018
behind the first movies to tackle the Aids crisis
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behind the first movies to tackle the Aids crisis
June, 21 2018
Hotel Artemis review – Jodie Foster fixes criminals in scrappy sci-fi curio
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Hotel Artemis review – Jodie Foster fixes criminals in scrappy sci-fi curio
June, 6 2018
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Benjamin Lee is a writer who has produced content for buzzfeed.com and theguardian.com
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