This exceptionally poor cop thriller starring Chadwick Boseman prizes leery violence over basic coherence.
By Matt Turner
American magician John Szeles attempts to pull off one final trick in this slippery meta-doc.
Fists and bullets fly in this amped-up, consistently entertaining action thriller from Korea’s Lee Won-tae.
Scott Z Burns’ vital political drama investigates the CIA’s post 9/11 Detention and Interrogation Program.
Kristen Stewart leads a squad of lethal female spies in the latest reboot of the ’70s TV sensation.
The siren call of two beloved, showtune-singing Disney princesses leads to a sequel lacking in ideas, emotion and drama.
By Anton Bitel
Lupita Nyong’o defends a group of school kids from a zombie horde in Abe Forsythe’s tame comedy-horror.
The might of Ford takes on the magic of Ferrari in this full-throttle motoring drama from James Mangold.
By Matt Thrift
Noah Baumbach delivers what just might be his masterpiece with this bitterly funny divorce drama.
This misjudged yuletide rom-com does a gross disservice to George Michael’s musical legacy.
The true tale, tragic tale of American car engineer John DeLorean is rendered as a colourful, brash but throwaway farce.
By Lou Thomas
The former president of the Soviet Union sits down to discuss his personal legacy and the current state of things.
Race and privilege come under the microscope in director Julius Onah’s thought-provoking drama.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones play Victorian balloon enthusiasts in this uninspired historical drama.
Seamus Murphy’s globetrotting musical travelogue with PJ Harvey is a self-defeating creative exercise.