Frances McDormand goes on the war path in director Martin McDonagh’s sensational latest.
By Emily Bray
Director and star of the delightful Short Term 12 return with an underwhelming epic of intergenerational family discord.
By Ed Gibbs
Frances McDormand unleashes hell in the blackest of black comedies, courtesy of Martin McDonagh.
The latest from In Bruges writer/director Martin McDonagh will cap off the 61st LFF.
By James Oddy
The Farrelly brothers’ reached their vulgar, freewheeling peak with this 1996 bowling comedy.
The thinking person’s blockbuster franchise returns with big emotions, incredible effects but very little to actually say.
Woody Harrelson stars in this sketchy but likeable adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel.
The renowned American comic artist discusses the latest adaptation of his work.
Do not f*ck with Frances McDormand is the takeaway from this first look at Michael McDonagh’s latest.
By Dan Einav
The British writer and actor is in talks for Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s Star Wars origin story.
By Elena Lazic
The actor/director has delivered a unique ‘live cinema’ experience.
Woody Harrelson gets sweary as the cantankerous star of Craig Johnson’s upcoming comedy.