The road to success has been a rocky one for Academy Award-winning writer-director Bill Condon. His films have grossed US$3 billion worldwide, and he has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, and with frequent collaborators such as composer Carter Burwell and editor Virginia Katz. Gravitating towards stories of outsiders and the marginalised, his body of work succeeds in being commercial, yet also personal, and highly eclectic. With the release this month of The Good Liar , starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, we look back at Condon’s tempestuous career, and rank his 11 feature films from worst to best.
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