By Simran Hans
Anna Rose Holmer’s sparkling directorial debut offers a fresh take on the female coming-of-ager.
Xavier Dolan’s latest is an accidental – and excruciating – exercise in endurance cinema.
Italian director Marco Bellocchio ends an impressive run with a slick but schlocky mama’s boy melodrama.
By Anton Bitel
Gore Verbinski’s macabre asylum thriller offers an intoxicating blend of mystery and surrealism.
By Elena Lazic
Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg combine forces for this rousing reenactment of the Boston Marathon bombing.
By Cian Traynor
The Northern Irish footballing icon gets the imbalanced, occasionally brilliant documentary he deserves.
As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman bows out in real style in this soulful revisionist comic book yarn.
By Jason Ward
This breezy trip through Glasgow’s indie music scene in the 1990s lacks a clear sense of direction.
The spirited tale of three secret weapons used in NASA’s initial attempts to send a man into space.
By Elena Lazic
Michael Keaton turns the humble hamburger into big business in this supersized American Dream satire.
Could this be the most nauseatingly vanilla erotic film franchise in the history of cinema?
By Aimee Knight
Bombay Beach director Alma Har’el serves up an intriguing painted poem of a film.
By Adam Nayman
Ang Lee takes American exceptionalism to task in this hyper-real spectacle.
Viola Davis steals the show in this faithful stage adaptation from director Denzel Washington.
Alice Lowe explores the horrors of maternity in this blackly comic riff on Rosemary’s Baby.