Timothy Spall

Mr. Turner covers 25 years of the contradictory painter’s life, and it often feels like it, moving at a languorous pace over its two-and-a-half hours. Like it’s subject, however, the film has an irascible charm.

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Quadrophenia captures the anger, the innocence, the hurt, and the rage of those young adult years and with The Who blaring in the background, gives you something to scream about.

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