Noomi Rapace adopts a strange newborn in this elevated Icelandic folk horror from director Valdimar Jóhannsson.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence tackle climate change in Adam McKay’s uneven, star-studded dramedy.
By Leila Latif
Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem play TV legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin’s snappy biopic.
By Emma Fraser
This intimate documentary sees the trailblazing Hollywood icon tell her remarkable story in her own words.
Despite some compelling performances, Michael Pearce’s sci-fi thriller fails to live up to the promise of his debut, Beast.
Steven Spielberg comes a-cropper in this stiff and soulless revamp of the classic Leonard Bernstein barnstormer.
Justin Chon’s melodramatic tale of immigration and injustice in present-day America is undermined by a clichéd script.
Paolo Sorrentino bares his soul in this autobiographical coming-of-age story about teenage obsessions.
By Emma Fraser
Andy Ostroy’s documentary is a heartbreaking portrait of a filmmaker gone too soon and those she left behind.
Joaquin Phoenix forms a close bond with a precocious whippersnapper in Mike Mills’ gentle family drama.
An atmospheric tale of toxic masculinity in Tudor England from writer Laura Turner and director Philip Stevens.
By Elena Lazic
Peter Jackson unearths and re-edits footage of the Beatles’ last hurrah, with euphoric and exasperating results.
Reggie Yates’ London-set, Y2K-era debut feature is a rollicking celebration of friendship and Black British music.
Ridley Scott enlists an A-List cast for his bombastic dramatisation of Maurizio Gucci’s assassination.
By Matt Turner
A school teacher goes viral for all the wrong reasons in Romanian director Radu Jude’s salacious social satire.