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John Trengove’s touching drama about a lonely factory worker contains a terrific debut turn from Nakhane Touré.

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Avengers: Infinity War

By Hannah Woodhead

Marvel lays it all on the line in their pan-property pièce de résistance – a full-tilt triumph of blockbuster filmmaking.

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Beast

By Hannah Woodhead

Leads Jessie Buckley and Johnny Flynn are magnificent in this moody Jersey-set drama from Michael Pearce.

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Let the Sunshine In

By Adam Nayman

Juliette Binoche goes looking for love in this scintillating comedy-drama from French director Claire Denis.

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Even When I Fall

By Louisa Cavell

This shocking exposé uncovers the tragic lot of many young circus performers in India.

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Rampage

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Dwayne Johnson goes toe-to-toe with some genetically-altered giants in this silly and entertaining blockbuster.

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Western

By Manuela Lazic

A solitary protagonist searches for human connection in this vibrant drama from director Valeska Grisebach.

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120 Beats Per Minute

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Robin Campillo’s stirring AIDS activist drama is a vital reminder of the power of protest.

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Ghost Stories

By Katherine McLaughlin

Martin Freeman heads up this unnerving horror compendium from writer/directors Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson.

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Thoroughbreds

By David Jenkins

Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke are a revelation in this suburban black comedy from Cory Finley.

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Blockers

By Catherine Pearson

Big laughs and big heart are the ingredients that lift this ribald teen sex comedy above the pack.

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Isle of Dogs

By Hannah Woodhead

A humongous creative undertaking and a simple love of dogs combine for the most staggering achievement of Wes Anderson’s career.

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The Third Murder

By Tom Huddleston

Don’t miss this forensically constructed murder story from Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda.

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Have a Nice Day

By David Jenkins

Fans of Quentin Tarantino and Jim Jarmusch will delight in Liu Jian’s animated crime noir.

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My Golden Days

By David Jenkins

This sublime teen romance evokes the heady passions that come from choosing between love and learning.

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Tomb Raider

By Elena Lazic

Alicia Vikander delivers the goods and then some in the female-driven action movie we’ve all been waiting for.

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Sweet Country

By Aimee Knight

Warwick Thornton’s gorgeous period drama cuts to the heart of Australia’s dark colonial past.

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