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Simon Amstell: ‘No amount of applause is going to make you happy’

The comedian, writer, director and former ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’ host talks to Alexandra Pollard about his new film ‘Benjamin’, learning to accept love, and using humour instead of panicking

Ben Is Back review: Julia Roberts gives a strong, moving performance

Thanks to the ongoing opioid epidemic, movies about addiction are changing

Under the Silver Lake review: Too dark to work as comic satire

The film is somewhere between an adolescent male wish fulfilment fantasy and a very self-conscious updating of a Raymond Chandler thriller