The Harder They Fall to open the 65th BFI London Film Festival

By Adam Woodward

Jeymes Samuel’s outlaw western will receive its world premiere at the festival in October.

Machismo and Mojitos – The misunderstood genius of Miami Vice

By Tom Augustine

Michael Mann’s maligned 2006 remake is quite unlike any Hollywood blockbuster before or since.

Ben Sharrock’s Limbo makes my home country feel unknown

By Rory Doherty

The Scotland depicted in this incisive asylum drama is at odds with how the nation likes to see itself.

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Zola

By Hannah Strong

Taylour Paige and Riley Keough star in a wild Floridian road trip movie based on an iconic Twitter thread.

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The Fever

By Matt Turner

Brazilian filmmaker Maya Da-Rin’s allegorical mystery-thriller expertly melds tradition with modernity.

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Pray Away

By Emily Maskell

This devastating documentary exposes the shocking truth of one of the world’s largest gay conversion therapy schemes.

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The Suicide Squad

By Lillian Crawford

James Gunn doubles down on his crass brand of humour in this charmless, unfunny and facile franchise redo.

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The Sparks Brothers

By Ed Gibbs

Edgar Wright’s tribute to two of his musical heroes is an exhilarating look back over a unique pop career.

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Jungle Cruise

By Lou Thomas

Expectations be damned: Disney’s riverboat caper is one of the year’s most purely pleasurable motion pictures.

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