Lucrecia Martel’s tale of colonial misadventure in South America is one of the great cinematic achievements of the decade.
Marital woe plagues a young couple honeymooning on the Dorset coast in this Ian McEwan adaptation.
By Anton Bitel
Evan Rachel Wood stars in this twisty erotic thriller about a cleaner who strikes up a friendship with a client’s daughter.
This safe and fan service-heavy Han Solo origin story is the worst Star Wars movie since the prequel trilogy.
Laetitia Dosch delivers a star turn in this charming Parisian drama from writer/director Léonor Serraille.
By Thomas Hobbs
This documentary provides a fascinating insight into Stanley Kubrick’s world, via his right-hand man, Leon Vitali.
Ryan Reynolds’ merc with a mouth returns to the big screen for another instalment of X-rated antics.
Gabrielle Union turns the tables on her tormentors in this home invasion thriller.
John Cameron Mitchell returns to the director’s chair with a tale of teenage intergalactic romance.
A bold but ultimately disastrous biography of one of the leading lights of European cinematic invention.
By Abbey Bender
Jayne Mansfield’s affair with the head of the Church of Satan is the focus of this compelling Hollywood doc.
Rosamund Pike and Daniel Brühl play freedom-loving terrorists in this underwhelming political thriller.
John Hurt’s final screen performance is humorous and delicate, but isn’t enough to save this drab drama.
Coralie Fargeat’s debut feature strives to reframe the rape-revenge subgenre but misses the mark by a considerable margin.
Ever wondered why Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote The Communist Manifesto?