Tarantino’s ninth feature will be set in the summer of ’69

By Hannah Woodhead

It’s back to LA for QT as the writer/director’s next project begins to take shape.

Malcolm X at 25: The untold mystery of Betty Shabazz

By Nadia Latif

Spike Lee’s epic biopic of the black civil rights leader offers only glimpses of the great woman behind the man.

Good Time

By Adam Woodward

Robert Pattinson gets down and dirty in New York City in the Safdies’ authentically gritty crime thriller.

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Jane

By Matt Turner

This affectionate documentary chronicles the life and work of renowned primatologist Jane Goodall.

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Ingrid Goes West

By Matthew Eng

Aubrey Plaza plays a very modern kind of antiheroine in Matt Spicer’s darkly comic social media satire.

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Mudbound

By David Jenkins

Two men return from war only to be confronted by racism in Dee Rees’ vital and sprawling American epic.

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Trophy

By Isobel Raphael

The grotesque commerciality of big-game hunting is laid bare in this tough but vital animal welfare doc.

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Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

By Phil Concannon

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell prove a likeable pairing in this otherwise bland Gloria Grahame biopic.

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Justice League

By Hannah Woodhead

The latest film off the DC production line sees Batman and co team up to fight an ancient evil force, with underwhelming results.

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