An entertaining deep dive into the adventure-filled travails of famed oceanographer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau.
Kristen Stewart is the saving grace of director Pablo Larraín’s slow-paced and inert biopic of Princess Diana.
This conventional Aretha Franklin biopic is elevated by Jennifer Hudson’s transportive central performance.
By Leigh Singer
Part playful scrap book, part poignant confessional, this documentary self-portrait reveals plenty about its subject.
This tender biopic explores the artistic and sexual awakening of Moomins creator Tove Jansson.
A star is born in Andra Day, the phenomenal lead of Lee Daniels’ ponderous and overlong musical biopic.
By Leila Latif
Commanding performances from LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya power this electrifying Black Panther drama.
Carey Mulligan shines in this dour archeological drama on the discovery of the Sutton Hoo historical payload.
By Erik Nielsen
Alex Winter directs this expansive portrait of the self-styled rock god, for hardcore fans and skeptics alike.
The man behind the man behind Citizen Kane is the subject of David Fincher’s sparkling paean to classic Hollywood.
Josephine Decker’s stunning anti-biopic of author Shirley Jackson offers a treatise on female creativity and camaraderie.
By Leila Latif
Pop music and women’s liberation come to the fore in director Unjoo Moon’s slight biopic of Helen Reddy.
Tom Hardy goes for broke in this pedestrian twilight-years biopic of notorious mobster Al Capone.
Justin Kurzel’s bold reimagining of the life and crimes of Ned Kelly is a gross misfire.
Tom Hanks is perfectly cast as the late Fred Rogers, America’s favourite neighbour.
Private, unseen protest forges a spiritual path to God in Terrence Malick’s rhapsodic resistance drama.
This starry post-#MeToo takedown of toxic masculinity grossly misrepresents its female subjects.