By Maria Nae
Daisy Ridley stars in this bold but ultimately confused melodramatic update of Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’.
Race and privilege come under the microscope in director Julius Onah’s thought-provoking drama.
By Emily Bray
Director and star of the delightful Short Term 12 return with an underwhelming epic of intergenerational family discord.
The director of Jurassic World skids off the rails in this bafflingly misguided kiddie revenge fantasia.
A grief-stricken Jake Gyllenhaal is the shining light in this middling drama from director Jean-Marc Vallée.
Generational drift and the scourge of hipsterism are examined in Noah Baumbach’s bittersweet comedy of manners.
Bill Murray plays Scrooge (again) in this sunny, (mildly) funny paean to the meaning of modern sainthood.
By James King
Like many of Allen’s recent outings, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger feels surprisingly slapdash.