Gather round and listen close... Paul King’s dazzling prequel to Roald Dahl’s beloved story is a joyous expression of pure imagination.
Another gorgeous tragicomic farce from Finnish maestro Aki Kaurismäki, a heartfelt cinephile ode to the possibility of love among the working classes.
A working-class student finds himself thrust into a new world in Emerald Fennell’s stylish but underwhelming second feature.
A young woman's dream gig on television descends into chaos in Amanda Kramer's imaginative new melodrama.
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Nicolas Cage plays an otherwise unremarkable college professor who unexpectedly finds himself appearing in peoples' dreams in Kristoffer Borgli's latest satire.
Two unpopular lesbians attempt to start a fight club at their high school in Emma Seligman's disappointing follow-up to Shiva Baby.
What appears as a fun robotic slasher lark turns out to be a deathly dull rip-off of various trauma-based horror yarns which fails to deliver in either the serious or silly stakes.
Canadian indie filmmaker Matt Johnson crafts an offbeat drama about the creation of a since-slain mobile phone giant.
Wes Anderson adapts a Roald Dahl short story with his signature attention to detail and visual panache.
Craig Gillespie offers a look at the 2021 GameStop stock battle between Wall Street and Reddit, but this comedy is a little light on laughs.
The impish Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva returns with a sharp thriller about an influencer who turns detective after a filmmaker he's involved with goes missing.
Actor Neil Maskell makes his debut as a filmmaker with this spiky thriller.
The manga that brought basketball to Japan gets a new adaptation which thrillingly embodies the sport’s high-flying action.
Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman direct this lighthearted mockumentary about a struggling theater camp, but its insider humour might only work for am-dram enthusiasts.
The chemistry between Harris Dickinson and Lola Campbell shines in Charlotte Regan's debut, about the difficulties of father-daughter bonding.
A group of friends head for a cabin in the woods only to face off with a killer in this fresh horror spoof, from the writer of Girls Trip.
Abandoned by his owner, a happy-go-lucky terrier must learn to survive on the mean streets in this dire comedy, packed with poo jokes and crotch-bothering.