Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman is epitome of a #metoo film, writes Joe McFadden
Chloe Zhao’s Oscar-winning Nomadland is a unique poetic meditation on freedom, happiness, and being human
Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman shine in The Father, an Oscar-nominated play adaptation
Thanks in part to to a collection of great performances, Minari is an original film in a crowded genre
We asked our arts and film editors to reflect on the world of the singular visionary, Derek Jarman
Origin of the Species follows the efforts of making robots and androids human-like. But will this ever be truly possible?
After years of hope and a 2017 disappointment, the Justice League finally got a film it deserves
Lauryn Berry reviews The Great Circus documentary, which follows a circus company in its preparations for a new show
Charlotte Dauphin’s haunting portrayal of grief boasts a visual elegance but has little under the surface.
Andy Samberg and Christin Milioti shine in this sun swept, time bending romcom
Hollywood’s biggest night of the year faced its biggest challenge going ahead during a pandemic. Did they pull it off?
Ahead of the upcoming 2021 Oscars ceremony, Michal Wasilewski predicts which films will take the big prizes.
The Mauritanian is a messy, generic, and frustrating waste of Tahar Rahim’s talents
Thiago DaDalt’s documentary is a touching and unforgettable look into the risk of wandering amongst Alzheimer’s patients
Alex Harris reviews a high concept sci-fi movie after sitting down with its creators
A new film on the importance of landscape in the life and work of the sculptor Barbara Hepworth
One of the best shot independent films of recent years, Fugitive Dreams is a touching tale of homelessness, police brutality and a search for purpose