The latest film from director Michael Winterbottom gets the laughs right, but lacks any real bite, never fully sinking its teeth in.
Hauser, Rockwell and Bates deliver outstanding performances in a fascinating and urgent drama about truth, the media, the law and justice.
Outstanding performances from Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan lift this powerful, moving and urgent real-life death row drama.
Failing to live up to the Oscar hype, despite strong performances Bombshell falls flat, taking a on-the-surface look at sexual harassment at Fox News.
1917 may not be Mendes’ best film, but it is definitely his most personal, and when it truly soars, the perfect summation of his approach to cinema.
There is nothing quite like the magic of Star Wars, and while there are some flaws, The Rise Of Skywalker is a blast on the big screen.
Even better than the previous film, come for the laughs, stay for the heart‐warming message about friendship.
Edward Norton’s second directorial effort is a stylish, compelling film noir, driven by an intriguing mystery and solid performances.
Natalie Portman is lost in space in Noah Hawley's disjointed drama which aims for style over substance.