Films starring Oscar Isaac

Annihilation

By Adam Woodward

Alex Garland delivers a visually stunning, coolly affecting allegory for life, loss and human fallibility.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

By Hannah Woodhead

Rian Johnson serves up the most spectacular, emotional and weirdest Star Wars film to date.

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Suburbicon

By Ed Gibbs

George Clooney adds a dark directorial flourish to the Coen brothers’ tale of murder and moral panic in smalltown USA.

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The Promise

By Sophie Wyatt

Hotel Rwanda’s Terry George returns with a colourful historical portrait of the Armenian Genocide.

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Mojave

By Joel Philpott

Oscar Isaac turns villain in this enjoyably moody thriller from director writer/director William Monahan.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By David Jenkins

JJ Abrams delivers big time with his supremely classy and stirring addition to this cherished franchise.

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Ex Machina

By David Jenkins

The emotional divide between human and robot merges in Alex Garland’s throwback sci-fi chamber piece.

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A Most Violent Year

By Adam Woodward

Oscar Isaac delivers the goods as the pacifist hero in this strange and slightly unsatisfying period crime drama.

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Inside Llewyn Davis

By Adam Woodward

Cold exteriors and warm interiors combine in the Coen brothers’ rhapsodic portrait of a ’60s folk singer.

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Sucker Punch

By Emma Simmonds

Zack Syder’s film is little more than glamorised sexual servitude presented as fun for the whole family.

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