Adam Driver portrays the single-minded Enzo Ferrari in his middle-age following the death of his son Dino in Michael Mann's unconventional take on the biographical drama.
Penélope Cruz is in glamorous ’70s matriarch mode in this patchy Italian family saga which tries to deal with themes it doesn’t fully understand.
Penélope Cruz excels as a preening arthouse filmmaker in this delicious satire of making art without compromise.
Femininity, pathos, generational trauma and collective memory converge in Pedro Almodóvar’s latest masterpiece.
Jessica Chastain’s passion project is a questionable espionage thriller that flaunts its international cast of A-Listers.
Pedro Almodóvar reunites with some familiar faces for this masterful trip down memory lane.
Fiery central performances from Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem fuel this slowburn mystery from Asghar Farhadi.
The ever charismatic Penélope Cruz is sorely wasted in this ineffectual piece of tragedy porn.
As director and star, Ben Stiller sleepwalks through this drab, inconsequential comedy sequel.
Woody Allen follows up the biggest hit of his career with an exercise in smug mediocrity.
By Sophie Ivan
This paean to classic cinema will keep your average cineaste and ardent Almodóvarite entertained playing spot-the-reference.
Woody Allen serves up a sizzling romantic drama with three seductive central performances.