Halfway through this beautiful and pure film, you realise living can be scarier than dying.
A bold piece of art in spite of – maybe even because of – its own flaws.
The blockbuster monster showdown that didn’t have to be this clumsy, and certainly not this dumb.
A genre-bending biopic that truly captures the charisma of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton
A country that has never come to terms with its own class struggle still believes in the enchantment of human perseverance.
Filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung delivers a rare film with infectious respect for every single character
For a film with such a simple premise, Another Round is delightfully complex.
Domestic life shot like a horror film; yet The Nest doesn’t quite deliver the expected ravaging emotional impact
It’s easy to excuse a film like Penguin Bloom for all its shortcomings when it’s a story with the noblest of intentions at heart.
It’s difficult to recommend a film like Ammonite without at least spoiling part of the emotional impact.
The exquisite production still can’t bring this one above the level of a good BBC historical drama