Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams are unable to lift this hackneyed tale of forbidden love.
Andy Serkis and an all-star cast fail to breathe new life into Rudyard Kipling’s cherished adventure.
By Matt Thrift
This eight-hour epic from Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing chronicles one of the worst atrocities in human history.
By Kelli Weston
The zombie apocalypse horror gets a fun festive makeover courtesy of writer/director John McPhail.
There’s charm to spare in Disney’s follow-up to Wreck-It Ralph, but it still feels like a cynical cash-grab.
By Matt Thrift
Turkey’s foremost dramatist returns with his most imposing and impressive film to date.
Michael B Jordan returns as Adonis Creed in this overly sentimental and uninspired rehash of Rocky IV.
By Rory Marsh
Jason Isaacs narrates this road-trip documentary about a group of bikers on a Holocaust pilgrimage.
This highly stylised drama follows a male escort’s journey through the neon-lit streets of Soho.
Toia Bonino’s documentary explores the problem of violence in the eponymous Buenos Aires neighbourhood.
By Beth Webb
Hirokazu Koreeda’s Cannes storming drama paints a richly humanistic portrait of an unconventional family unit.
By Elena Lazic
Kurt Russell’s charming turn as Santa Claus makes this a festive family adventure to savour.
Sam levinson’s satirical teen thriller about an IRL witchhunt leaves a nasty taste in the mouth.
A miscast Taron Egerton fronts this dour retelling of the age-old English folktale.
Lisbeth Salander is back – with a new cast and a new director – in this weak attempt to revive the Dragon Tattoo franchise.
Writer Robin Campillo and director Laurent Cantet team up for this slight exercise in social commentary.
Romy Schneider gives her final interview in this unconventional biopic – with a cameo from Denis Lavant.
Nathaniel Kahn’s insightful survey – and subtle critique – of the contemporary art world, featuring Jeff Koons, Larry Poons and more.