Michael Moore embarks on a globetrotting cultural gleaning tour in this entertaining pop doc.
Ace Chilean director Pablo Larraín delivers a brooding and provocative drama about disgraced priests.
Bryan Cranston charms his way through this breezy biopic centred around the Hollywood Blacklist scandal.
Tom McCarthy delivers an old-school journalistic thriller with the help of a sensational all-star cast.
Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland offers a fascinating and outrageously funny look at the New York bohemian.
Social justice underpins a gripping detective story in this highly impressive first work from South Korea’s July Jung.
Russell Crowe is both in front of and behind the camera in this overegged historical saga.
Superficial pleasures aside, this sun-bleached buddy crime flick is too light for the long game.
On yer bike! One man doc machine Alex Gibney returns with a searing analysis of cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Kit Harrington and Alicia Vikander do the best to lift this underwhelming British heritage drama.
In an already strong year for British film this isn’t quite ambitious enough to stand out.
Zack Syder’s film is little more than glamorised sexual servitude presented as fun for the whole family.