Joe Wright serves up a tepid slice of Hitchcockian suspense, with Amy Adams as a paranoid agoraphobe.
Despite strong performances from Amy Adams and Glenn Close, this misjudged melodrama is an insult to those it claims to represent.
Adam McKay’s played-for-laughs portrait of former VP Dick Cheney strays into Bond villain parody.
Denis Villeneuve’s latest is the most low-key alien invasion drama you’ll ever see.
Tom Ford’s long-awaited follow-up to A Single Man is a gorgeous, wild and wholly frustrating affair.
Tim Burton misses subtextual tricks in this colourful biopic of American kitsch artist, Margaret Keane.
Zack Snyder aspires to something greater with this maxed-out comic book epic, but lays it on a little too thick.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s spiritual post-war love story will restore your faith in cinema.