Oscar Isaac

Oscar Isaac will star in Paul Schrader’s next movie

By Charles Bramesco

The writer/director is prepping The Card Counter, a tale of gambling and revenge.

Triple Frontier

By Hannah Woodhead

JC Chandor’s South American action-thriller boasts a stellar cast, but it’s all brawn and no brains.

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Oscar Isaac wants to lead the upcoming Metal Gear Solid film

By Charles Bramesco

He’s already nailed Solid Snake’s permanent five o’clock shadow.

Life Itself

By Hannah Woodhead

Dan Fogelman’s starry New York soap opera is a staggering waste of talent and money.

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Annihilation

By Adam Woodward

Alex Garland delivers a visually stunning, coolly affecting allegory for life, loss and human fallibility.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

By Hannah Woodhead

Rian Johnson serves up the most spectacular, emotional and weirdest Star Wars film to date.

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Suburbicon

By Ed Gibbs

George Clooney adds a dark directorial flourish to the Coen brothers’ tale of murder and moral panic in smalltown USA.

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Watch the chilling first trailer for Alex Garland’s Annihilation

By Little White Lies

The writer/director of sleeper hit Ex Machina returns with a broader canvas and a clutch of A-listers.

Suburbicon – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

George Clooney directs this timely and terrifically twisted fable set in 1950s suburban America.

The Promise

By Sophie Wyatt

Hotel Rwanda’s Terry George returns with a colourful historical portrait of the Armenian Genocide.

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The Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is here

By Little White Lies

Luke Skywalker threatens the end of the Jedi in this teaser for Episode VIII.

Mojave

By Joel Philpott

Oscar Isaac turns villain in this enjoyably moody thriller from director writer/director William Monahan.

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A Most Violent Year

By Adam Woodward

Oscar Isaac delivers the goods as the pacifist hero in this strange and slightly unsatisfying period crime drama.

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Oscar Isaac: The Music Man

By David Jenkins

The Inside Llewyn Davis star chats to LWLies about getting into character for the Coen brothers’ latest.

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