The maestro returns, the patented formula tweaked to blissful perfection in this witty and deeply moving exploration of the tools that we produce to help us see beyond our everyday vision.
Scarlett Johansson’s super assassin finally gets a solo run out in this enjoyable adventure about messed up families.
By Jake Cole
Taika Waititi takes aim at the Third Reich (and contemporary fascism) in this paper-thin satire.
By Matt Thrift
Noah Baumbach delivers what just might be his masterpiece with this bitterly funny divorce drama.
The stars align one final time in this emotional and fitting finale to the Avengers saga.
Marvel lays it all on the line in their pan-property pièce de résistance – a full-tilt triumph of blockbuster filmmaking.
All the slick CG in the galaxy can’t save this mind-numbing sci-fi noir starring Scarlett Johansson as a femme cyborg.
Hey kids! Captain America’s back, and he’s brought some lively political views with him.
The Coen brothers return in scintillating and provocative form with this complex satire of 1950s Hollywood.
Joss Whedon has once again assembled a creamy cast to have a whole lot of fun with the blockbuster template.
Who remembers the last good Luc Besson movie? Time to reset that particular clock, as he’s returned with a stormer.
By Chris Blohm
Jon Favreau goes back to his indie roots in this appealing, ramshackle street food saga.
Chris Evans’ welcome return to the superhero fold can't save this sequel from feeling like an awkward franchise mid-point.
By Violet Lucca
Jonathan Glazer’s erotic and philosophically-inclined feminist sci-fi fable is an extraordinary one-off.
Whimsical futuro-romance effortlessly evolves into ambiguous, unfathomable hard sci-fi in Spike Jonze’s best film to date.
The Master of Suspense gets his very own glib and psychologically-stilted Wiki-biopic.
Joss Whedon’s Marvel maelstrom is a shiny, caged beast of a film that delivers on its every promise.