French graphic novel artist Nine Antico directs this uneven character study of a young woman looking for love.
By Corey Atad
This well-intentioned but glaringly wrongheaded adaptation of the Tony-winning musical is one of the year’s worst.
By Anton Bitel
A horned entity stalks Keri Russell’s school teacher in director Scott Cooper’s allegorical American horror story.
This newly unearthed chronicle of the making of the American singer-songwriter’s favourite album is a gift for fans.
Timothée Chalamet excels as space prince Paul Atreides in Denis Villeneuve’s spectacular widescreen epic.
Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.
Tom Hardy returns as the reporter with an extraterrestrial monkey on his back in Andy Serkis’ zany comic book sequel.
Todd Haynes directs this definitive chronicle of the fabled avant-garde rock group, taking in everything from doo wop to pop art.
Michael Myers runs amok once more in director David Gordon Green’s strangely lacklustre slasher sequel.
Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer star in Ridley Scott’s blunt-edged tale of masculinity and betrayal in the 14th century.
With this poignant rom-com, writer/director and star Cooper Raiff establishes himself as a vital voice for Gen Z.
A nursery worker finds inner peace through skydiving in writer/director Kazik Radwanski’s invigorating character study.
Dev Patel and Ralph Ineson face off in David Lowery’s adaptation of a popular Arthurian legend, with stylish results.
Teenage romance blossoms by the seaside in first-time director Marley Morrison’s caravan park-set coming-of-ager.
By Lou Thomas
The inside story of one of the great concerts in British rock ’n’ roll history is a welcome dose of ’90s nostalgia.