By Ella Kemp
A history lesson turns into a horror movie in Bertrand Bonello’s bold reclamation of the zombie legend.
A tiresome folly that rejoins us with the characters of a mildly successful 2009 horror-comedy which absolutely no-one remembers.
This tender portrait of the exuberant INXS frontman avoids tabloid hysteria in its search for a fragile soul.
Aardman’s woolly hero has an unexpected visitor in this warm-hearted stop-motion sequel.
By BP Flanagan
Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly’s timeless musical remains an effervescent, life-affirming wonder.
This sweet-natured, Tom Sawyer-esque tale of unlikely companionship has just enough charm to keep it going.
By Elena Lazic
Angelina Jolie and co are back is this muddled and misguided sequel to Disney’s inverted fairy tale.
Juliette Binoche is reunited with writer/director Olivier Assayas for this sharply observed satire of the publishing industry.
Jesse Pinkman returns in the long-awaited big-screen send off for one of television’s best-loved characters.
Kantemir Balagov’s beautiful drama depicts the lasting wounds left by war, both physical and psychological.
Will Smith goes mano-a-mano with his younger self in director Ang Lee’s exhilarating action spectacle.
A star turn from Sienna Miller powers this poignant blue-collar drama from writer/director Jake Scott.
Berry Gordy leads a roster of iconic artists in paying tribute to one of the most successful record companies of the 20th century.
Todd Phillips’ supervillain origin story strains so hard for seriousness and relevance that it cracks into a million pieces.
By Ella Kemp
Emily Mortimer stars in this half-baked adulting dramedy from actor-turned-director Dolly Wells.