James Gunn doubles down on his crass brand of humour in this charmless, unfunny and facile franchise redo.
By Ed Gibbs
Edgar Wright’s tribute to two of his musical heroes is an exhilarating look back over a unique pop career.
By Lou Thomas
Expectations be damned: Disney’s riverboat caper is one of the year’s most purely pleasurable motion pictures.
By Anton Bitel
A backwater preacher pushes his small congregation to its limits in this quasi-mystical Colombian parable.
A Syrian musician relocates to a remote Scottish island in Ben Sharrock’s comedy-tinged asylum seeker drama.
A family’s dream vacation turns into a nightmare when they start to age rapidly in M Night Shyamalan’s latest twisty thriller.
Despite Virginie Efira’s best efforts, this inane comedy from director Albert Dupontel is destined to be forgotten.
Filippo Meneghetti’s debut feature about a late-life same-sex romance hits all the right emotional notes.
By Rogan Graham
This bloated reboot of the hit ’90s cartoon crossover is little more than a cynical exercise in brand synergy.
Netflix’s time-skipping horror trilogy reaches a satisfying conclusion via a 17th-century Sarah Fier origin story.
This tender drama about a father forced to give up his young son reinforces James Norton’s star credentials.
Jean Dujardin becomes dangerously obsessed with a deerskin jacket in Quentin Dupieux’s slighter-than-slight comedy.
By Leila Latif
Questlove’s rhapsodic documentary revives the long-forgotten 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, aka ‘Black Woodstock’.
This tender biopic explores the artistic and sexual awakening of Moomins creator Tove Jansson.
The second part of Netflix’s RL Stine-inspired horror trilogy is a serious upgrade on its muddled predecessor.