This melancholy comic character portrait of an emotionally estranged mother and son falls in its final act.
David Thewlis as a finicky health inspector is the high point of this otherwise bizarre and overwrought melodrama.
By Thomas Hobbs
This anthology of 20 short films presents an interesting but imbalanced cross-section of modern British life.
Ben Rivers and Anocha Suwichakornpong observe the local customs of a Southern Thai community.
Andrew Patterson’s incredible debut feels like a spiritual successor to Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Tom Hardy goes for broke in this pedestrian twilight-years biopic of notorious mobster Al Capone.
Eliza Hittman’s emotionally bruising, exceptionally tender abortion drama is not to be missed.
Double, triple and quadruple crosses play a part in this lightly-eccentric gangster thriller from a Romanian great.
The true story of a group of people who spent two years quarantined in a giant replica of Earth’s ecosystem.
One man’s soccer obsession becomes a humble plea for a better world in Corneliu Porumboiu’s riveting documentary.
A dancer goes on the warpath in Pablo Larraín’s scorching survey of love and family in modern-day Chile.
By Grace Z Li
Alice Wu returns with a coming-of-age story about being an outsider – and being bold.
Director Kitty Green highlights the systemic abuse women suffer in the workplace in this powerful drama.
A pair of conscripts find love amid the chaos of Apartheid in Oliver Hermanus’ queer war drama.
Chris Hemsworth goes full Rambo in this slick, soulless shoot-em-up penned by Joe Russo.
How Brooklyn’s finest changed the rap game, as told by the group’s two surviving members.
By Anton Bitel
The director and star of cult horror hit Pontypool reunite for a hard-boiled hitman noir.
By Grace Z Li
A Taiwanese American reflects on his strained familial relationships in Alan Yang’s immigrant drama.