Joe Wright serves up a tepid slice of Hitchcockian suspense, with Amy Adams as a paranoid agoraphobe.
Despite strong performances from Amy Adams and Glenn Close, this misjudged melodrama is an insult to those it claims to represent.
By Beth Webb
How the “most smartest” comedy overcame a box office bashing to find a devoted fanbase.
Adam McKay’s played-for-laughs portrait of former VP Dick Cheney strays into Bond villain parody.
The show’s depiction of the rare hair pulling disorder trichotillomania hit very close to home.
By Emma Fraser
From peak Amy Adams to the return of Matt Groening, these are the series you can’t afford to miss this summer.
By Alex Denney
Films like Arrival and Paterson have plenty to say about the importance of learning how to listen.
By Ella Donald
From Junebug to Arrival, the story of how Amy Adams finally came of age on screen.
Denis Villeneuve’s latest is the most low-key alien invasion drama you’ll ever see.
The Canadian director’s latest, Arrival, explores intimate themes present in his earlier work.
Tom Ford’s long-awaited follow-up to A Single Man is a gorgeous, wild and wholly frustrating affair.
The writer/director’s follow-up to A Single Man is a dark thriller starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s spiritual post-war love story will restore your faith in cinema.