Part one of our bumper survey of the noughties, featuring Avatar, Borat! and Requiem for a Dream.
By Thomas Hobbs
The producer and rapper reveals the soul-cleansing moment he discovered Cliff Martinez’s soundtrack.
With his yakuza thriller Boiling Point, “Beat” Takeshi staked his claim as a serious filmmaker.
Redford’s directorial debut holds its ground as one of cinema’s most moving explorations of loss and guilt.
Paramount and Toho will join forces for the body-swapping anime adaptation.
What if Tom Hanks’ volleyball companion had managed to escape the desert island and return home?
By Rahul Patel
Jennie Livingston’s seminal portrait of New York’s ballroom culture still resonates throughout the queer community.
With India Song currently playing on MUBI, we take a look back at the actor’s superlative feminist trilogy from 1975.
The filmmaker’s new documentary simulates her father’s demise, over and over.
Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age series sees a group of teenagers discover their identities on a coastal army base in Italy.
The South Korean maestro’s first two films find human comedy in the darkest of places.
By Lorna Codrai
As detectives Mills and Somerset, Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman make for a dynamic, contradictory pairing.
By Emma Fraser
Some motives are better left undiagnosed, as Ryan Murphy’s glossy prequel series, starring Sarah Paulson as the titular nurse, shows.
By Leigh Singer
Our Remake/Remodel series continues with a breakdown of Disney’s most successful “live-action” update yet.
Sacha Baron Cohen steps up to testify in the ’60s-set legal drama from the screenwriter’s latest directorial effort.
An origin story is well overdue for one of popular culture’s most iconic and problematic characters.
The sequels to The Kissing Booth and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before both feature PoC love interests, but they’re merely tokenistic distractions.
By Simon Bland
The inside story of how a goofy script by two unknown screenwriters became a beloved cult hit.