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The World Is Yours

By David Jenkins

Isabelle Adjani steals this playful French gangster comedy of hoods making a hash out of a simple drug deal.

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Avengers: Endgame

By Hannah Woodhead

The stars align one final time in this emotional and fitting finale to the Avengers saga.

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Ash is Purest White

By Trevor Johnston

Jia Zhangke combines gangster pic and social critique to thrilling effect with help from his regular partner in crime Zhao Tao.

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Styx

By Anton Bitel

Susanne Wolff plays a woman lost at sea in this smart nautical allegory from Wolfgang Fischer.

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Red Joan

By Caitlin Quinlan

Judi Dench impresses in a limited role as the KGB’s longest-serving British spy.

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Once Upon a Time in London

By David Jenkins

Simon Rumley’s postwar gangster flick goes out of its way to deromanticise its deplorable subjects.

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Dragged Across Concrete

By Hannah Woodhead

Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn play a pair of corrupt cops in S Craig Zahler’s ultraviolent latest.

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Loro

By Josh Slater-Williams

Toni Servillo is Silvio Berlusconi in this partially fictionalised biopic from Paolo Sorrentino.

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Greta

By Caitlin Quinlan

Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz star in this enjoyably silly cat-and-mouse thriller.

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Hail Satan?

By Kambole Campbell

Penny Lane’s head-spinning documentary charts the rise of The Satanic Temple.

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Diamantino

By Stephanie Watts

The world’s greatest footballer suffers a crisis of confidence in this colourful fantasy satire.

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Thriller

By Anton Bitel

This retro-styled slasher from first-time director Dallas Jackson has a distinctly modern flavour.

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Yuli

By Indiana Tarrant

This vibrant drama recounts one man’s journey to becoming the first POC dancer in the Royal Ballet.

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Hellboy

By Anton Bitel

Neil Marshall’s reboot finds our red-skinned hero caught on the horn’s of his own destined dilemma.

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Little

By Charles Bramesco

Regina Hall is transformed into a younger version of herself in this derivative age-swap comedy.

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Mid90s

By Adam Woodward

Infectious energy and a strong DIY ethos powers Jonah Hill’s directorial debut.

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Wild Rose

By Beth Webb

Jessie Buckley dazzles in this heel-tapping ballad of an aspiring Glaswegian country star

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