Evening Standard - ES Magazine


This week, there are far too many film releases for us to choose just one



DH Lawrence’s scandalous novel is about to make a splash once again, this time on screen with Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell as the disenfranc­hised lady and brooding gamekeeper getting seriously saucy in the long grass, among the trees and in some very damp-looking sheds. Expect many bare bums and to feel the inclinatio­n to redownload Hinge afterwards.

In cinemas now, on Netflix 2 Dec


It wasn’t long ago that The New York

Times journalist­s Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor brought about the #MeToo movement after tirelessly investigat­ing and encouragin­g women to open up about the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of Harvey Weinstein. Now, let Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan show you just how the pair worked with victims to unravel the Hollywood producer’s crimes. In cinemas 25 Nov


If you’ve been searching for some easy watching, thank the Lawd because Daniel Craig is back as the absurdly Southern detective Benoit Blanc to solve another ridiculous murder mystery. The cast isn’t quite as good, but it has the same so-cringe-you’ll-love-it quality as its predecesso­r. Oh, and it has Kathryn Hahn. We love Kathryn Hahn. In cinemas now, on Netflix 23 Dec


Did you know that master of darkness Guillermo del Toro also puppeteers children’s films? What’s more surprising is that this version of Carlo Collodi’s 1883 novel is far less creepy than the OG Disney version. Gregory Mann voices the wooden chap himself, with Ewan McGregor, Ron Perlman and Tilda Swinton sprinkling their magic elsewhere. On Netflix now PS. Don’t forget about our cover star, Chloë Sevigny, and Timothée Chalamet’s cannibalis­tic love story ‘Bones and All’, out now

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