By Elena Lazic
An eccentric board game dynasty instigate a deadly game of hide and seek in this fun, gore-splashed horror.
By Anton Bitel
Rambo starts off breaking horses before breaking skulls in this strangely laconic revenge fantasy involving the Mexican cartels.
James Gray hits the jackpot by sending a never-better Brad Pitt on a voyage of discovery to the outer edges of the solar system.
By Carol Grant
Based on her own experiences, Lulu Wang tells the story of a Chinese-American family who come together during a family crisis.
Elisabeth Moss is a punk-rock musician spinning out of control in Alex Ross Perry's latest.
By Rogan Graham
A stirring and stark portrait of a family in crisis from Norwegian director Camilla Strøm Henriksen.
An artful study of culture, poverty and ecology which focuses on an unlikely Macedonian bee keeper.
This tough but vital documentary depicts the savage bombardment of Aleppo from a female perspective.
Ansel Elgort and Nicole Kidman star in this disastrously dull adaptation of Donna Tartt’s best-seller.
By Anton Bitel
Time stands still in more ways than one as this dull rehash of Andy Muschietti’s 2017 horror overstays its welcome.
A transgender man’s pregnancy is the subject of Jeanie Finlay’s tender, essential documentary.
By Lydia Figes
Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall play mother and son in Adrian Noble’s biography of LS Lowry.
Director Mark Jenkin chronicles a dying way of life in this boldly experimental seaside drama.
Jennifer Lopez reminds the world of her white hot star wattage in this lapdancing Robin Hood caper film.
By Thomas Hobbs
A group of pioneering reggae musicians hark back to the good old days in this middling music documentary.