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.
A bestselling queer romance novel about a clandestine relationship between a British prince and the US president's son gets a big screen makeover care of Matthew López, with twee but charming results.
By Leila Latif
Justin Simien attempts to breathe life into Disney's latest ride-based franchise starter, but despite a fine cast the results are a little scattered.
A quartet of mismatched women take a road trip across China in a journey of self-discovery in Adele Lim's raunchy comedy.
The pizza-loving, wisecracking anthropomorphic reptiles receive a substantial facelift in this charming animated outing, which embraces their adolescent spirit.
Nicole Holofcener reteams with Julia Louis-Dreyfus for a gentle comedy about a writer who discovers her husband doesn't like her work.
Greta Gerwig's behemoth blockbuster is a stranger, more fascinating film than its hyper-corporate marketing would suggest.
Opposites attract in Pixar's take on the rom-com, but a tendency to play it safe means that Peter Sohn's sparky sophomore feature never quite ignites.
Eccentric French director Quentin Dupieux is totally dégagé about the ludicrous lameness of his latest comedy.
Jennifer Lawrence stars as a woman hired to “date” a wealthy couple’s introverted son in Gene Stupnitsky's unfunny comedy.
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.