David Michôd and Brad Pitt serve up a fascinating but uneven satire of America’s military might.
By Anton Bitel
There’s an ecological thread running though this delightful animated fable from Studio Ghibli.
China’s bureaucracy is exposed to great comedic effect in this sharp satire from director Feng Xiaogang.
The fifth instalment in Disney’s swashbuckling franchise is scuppered by a certain Mr Depp.
A key ingredient is missing from this tribute to the Fab Four’s seminal pop-rock LP: the music.
Some major young acting talent is put to waste in Christopher Smith’s garbled and derivative neo-noir.
Finland’s Aki Kaurismäki responds to the refugee crisis in typically deadpan and affecting fashion.
By Amy Bowker
Sahar Dolatshahi shines in this understated Iranian drama about familial obligation.
This ultra-quirky Anne Hathaway monster movie is a total disaster – and not in the way it intends.
A welcome 2K re-release of Federico Fellini’s punishing 1951 road movie about an abusive circus strongman.
This haunting documentary takes us inside the industrial hellscape of a Gujarat textile factory.
By Amy Bowker
This remake of the quaint Ealing comedy caper from 1949 fails to justify its existence.
Rooney Mara is let down by weak scripting in this underpowered study of religious persecution in Ireland.
Guy Ritchie’s blokes-n-blades epic is big on style but light on substance.
Director Sean Penn drops an almighty clanger with this tepid war zone drama starring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem.