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In Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, the past comes back to haunt a seemingly happily married couple

Precinct Seven Five is a riveting documentary about cops gone very wrong, while Trainwreck is another tedious comedy off the Judd Apatow production line

Manglehorn explores the story of a misanthropic locksmith who confronts his unhappy past

Inside Out explores what’s going on in our heads with Pixar’s customary insight, wit and wild imagination

A biopic about Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson is an understated gem

Don Winslow’s depiction of Mexico’s drugs war is bloody, brutal and brilliant

A new play tells the story of the extraordinary life and time of St Ignatius of Loyola

Here’s what the Pontiff has been missing since he gave up the googlebox in 1990

Superheroes, secret agents and beekeepers will all be hitting our cinema screens in the coming months


Twenty years after it first aired, the clerical sitcom remains one of Britain’s best-loved TV shows – yet Catholics remain split over how relentlessly it pokes fun at the Church