Stars and worlds collide as Quentin Tarantino serves up his most thoughtful and personal work to date.
David Michôd and Brad Pitt serve up a fascinating but uneven satire of America’s military might.
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard are lovers in the crosswind of war in this underwhelming romantic melodrama.
The director of Anchorman 2 dials back the screwball in this frisky tale of the sub-prime mortgage meltdown of 2007.
As a director, writer and performer, Angelina Jolie-Pitt has finally come into her own.
Brad Pitt surveys the horrors of war a busted-up tank in David Ayer’s soulful if unoriginal tale of conflict and brotherhood.
By Ashley Clark
One of Britain’s greatest living filmmakers offers an outraged, intense and artful examination of American slavery.
Ridley Scott directing. Cormac McCarthy writing. Michael Fassbender starring. What could possibly go wrong?
By Dan Stewart
Bennett Miller and Aaron Sorkin combine for the best film about statistics you’re ever likely to see.
A glorious ode to the improbability of existence which asks us to cherish the simple processes of living and loving.
Quentin Tarantino’s World War Two epic is saved by one genius performance and some hot flashes of dialogue.
By Kevin Maher
The Coen brothers strike comedy gold with this thrillingly barmy ensemble farce.
Andrew Dominik’s epic retelling of the Jesse James saga dares you to invest in its hero.