By Elena Lazic
A case of miscasting fatally undermines this adaptation of Stephen King’s chilling 1983 novel.
This brisk road movie from Jafar Panahi sees the Iranian director on top observational form.
Patricia Clarkson is dangerously out of her depth in Carol Morley’s mind-boggling detective noir.
Tim Burton’s overstuffed and underwhelming sideshow act lacks a sense of wonder.
This drab Depression-era procedural takes a sideways look at the Bonnie and Clyde saga.
Despite a fine turn from Willem Dafoe, Julian Schnabel’s Vincent van Gogh biopic is a messy affair.
Jonas Åkerlund attempts to debunk the various myths surrounding the Norwegian Black Metal scene.
This playful documentary pays tribute to the eccentric comedy stylings of Frank Sidebottom.
Community spirit and the sense of personal empowerment found in amateur boxing is the subject of this moving doc.
Jordan Peele’s second feature disturbs, provokes and tickles in its arch dismantling of the modern American family.
By Matt Thrift
Ralph Fiennes directs this staid biography of ballet maestro and political dissident, Rudolf Nureyev.
This beautifully scripted drama of blithe romantic connections in ’90s France is a real keeper.
An innocent celebration of skateboarding evolves into a profound study of the transition from youth to adulthood.
Two terminally-ill teens fall in love in this all-the-feels ‘rom-traum’ from director Justin Baldoni.
Simon Amstell’s debut theatrical feature offers a perfect blend of comedy and tragedy.
By Ella Kemp
Lucas Hedges plays a teenage drug addict who attempts to reconcile with his mother.
Lukas Dhont’s debut feature chronicles a young trans character’s difficult coming-of-age.
This NSFW animated anthology sees Tim Miller and David Fincher team up to disastrous effect.