Deepwater Horizon

By Elena Lazic

Peter Berg puts a blue-collar spin on the 2010 BP oil spill in this immensely entertaining disaster epic.

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Free State of Jones

By Adam Woodward

Matthew McConaughey suffers from white saviour complex in this deeply problematic Civil War drama.

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The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga

By David Jenkins

A grotesque Slavic fairy tale is compared to the realities of modern Eastern Europe in this intriguing miniature.

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Deepwater Horizon

By Elena Lazic

Peter Berg puts a blue-collar spin on the 2010 BP oil spill in this immensely entertaining disaster epic.

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

By Adam Woodward

Tim Burton’s latest is an enchanting YA fairy tale that sadly outstays its welcome.

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Under the Shadow

By David Jenkins

This impressive, chilling debut feature brings home-invasion horror to 1980s Tehran.

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War on Everyone

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Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña cross the thin blue line in this sweary buddy cop romp.

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