Is Terrence Malick about to solve the mysteries of the universe?

By Charlie Theobald

The enigmatic director’s long-gestating passion project Voyage of Time finally has a release date.

Central Intelligence

By Katherine McLaughlin

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart prove perfect comedic bedfellows in this snappy crime caper.

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Does The Neon Demon accurately portray the fashion industry?

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Models Elena and Manuela Lazic use their insider experience to take a closer look at Nicolas Winding Refn’s LA fantasy.

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Notes on Blindness

By David Jenkins

An atmospheric, gently moving dramatisation of one man’s ocular impairment that doesn’t quite hit its mark.

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Central Intelligence

By Katherine McLaughlin

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart prove perfect comedic bedfellows in this snappy crime caper.

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Poor Cow (1967)

By David Jenkins

The late Carol White is exceptional as a working class single mother in Ken Loach’s restored kitchen-sink drama.

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Right Now, Wrong Then

By Matthew Eng

The latest from South Korea’s Hong Sang-soo is a romance so lovely it needs to be told twice.

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Remainder

By Phil Concannon

There’s shades of Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York in this Tom Sturridge-starring mystery drama.

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Suburra

By David Jenkins

The director of TV’s Gomorrah delivers a nasty by-the-numbers gangster yarn.

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