Nintendo and Illumination team up to give everyone's favourite fictional plumber an animated makeover, with soulless results.
Mark Mylod's one-dimensional dark comedy serves up an undercooked feast of profoundly smug commentary.
Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.
This time-travelling neo-giallo from Edgar Wright contains a few stunning sequences, but flubs the final act.
It’s no Clueless, but a strong cast just about sustains Autumn de Wilde’s faithful take on Jane Austen’s novel.
Despite boasting a talented young cast, Sergio G Sánchez’s creepy chamber piece doesn’t add up to much.
Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke are a revelation in this suburban black comedy from Cory Finley.
By Anton Bitel
James McAvoy is on spine-tingling form in this effective thriller from M Night Shyamalan.