By Matt Turner
Victor Kossakovsky’s documentary captures the daily rhythms of its porcine star’s life on the farm.
Bella Thorne goes on the warpath in first-time director Chad Faust’s lacklustre revenge thriller.
This engaging documentary celebrates the work of an iconic lesbian publication and its fearsome creator.
A powder-keg performance from Ben Whishaw powers this visceral London-set crime thriller.
Writer/director Ira Sachs misses a trick with this ambling family drama set in a picturesque Portuguese town.
The third instalment in the horror franchise gives us a lot of Ed and Lorraine Warren, but not nearly enough Satan.
Emma Stone plays the fur-loving fashionista in this overlong and largely uninspired origin story.
By Lou Thomas
Punk provocateur Adam Rehmeier surveys America’s putrefying suburbs in this unconventional coming-of-ager.
This miniature epic is both a thrilling extension and perfect summation of Kelly Reichardt’s cinematic project to date.
Studio Ghibli’s first computer-animated feature boasts bags of charm and one its most endearing heroines.
New York is teeming with sweaty, joyous life in the exuberant musical from Crazy Rich Asians’ Jon M Chu.
An aspiring writer forms an unlikely connection with JD Salinger in this ’90s set literary drama.
By Ed Gibbs
This captivating time capsule of the Soviet Union circa 1953 is a staggering feat of archive documentary.
The inside story of America’s futile attempts to broker peace in the Middle East makes for fascinating viewing.
Silence is less than golden in this occasionally effective blockbuster sequel which trades horror for action.
This provocative, heart-on-sleeve romantic drama from Billie Piper marks the arrival of a serious filmmaking talent.
This procedural thriller reboot of the Saw franchise is painful to sit through for all the wrong reasons.
Angelina Jolie is pitted against the forces of nature in this damp squib of a thriller from writer/director Taylor Sheridan.