Paul Schrader continues his God’s Lonely Man project with Oscar Isaac in-tow as a tormented professional poker player.
Despite a fine turn from Willem Dafoe, Julian Schnabel’s Vincent van Gogh biopic is a messy affair.
JC Chandor’s South American action-thriller boasts a stellar cast, but it’s all brawn and no brains.
Dan Fogelman’s starry New York soap opera is a staggering waste of talent and money.
Alex Garland delivers a visually stunning, coolly affecting allegory for life, loss and human fallibility.
Rian Johnson serves up the most spectacular, emotional and weirdest Star Wars film to date.
By Ed Gibbs
George Clooney adds a dark directorial flourish to the Coen brothers’ tale of murder and moral panic in smalltown USA.
By Sophie Wyatt
Hotel Rwanda’s Terry George returns with a colourful historical portrait of the Armenian Genocide.
Oscar Isaac turns villain in this enjoyably moody thriller from director writer/director William Monahan.
JJ Abrams delivers big time with his supremely classy and stirring addition to this cherished franchise.
The emotional divide between human and robot merges in Alex Garland’s throwback sci-fi chamber piece.
Oscar Isaac delivers the goods as the pacifist hero in this strange and slightly unsatisfying period crime drama.
Cold exteriors and warm interiors combine in the Coen brothers’ rhapsodic portrait of a ’60s folk singer.