Definition: Film Review
Woody and the gang embark on an existential road trip
Rolling Thunder Revue is Martin Scorsese's second Bob Dylan film, documenting a pivotal period in his career, though all is not what it may seem.
Sometimes board games bring families together, sometimes they tear them apart - and sometimes, as is the case in Carl Hunter’s slightly odd and charmingly unpredictable film, they do both.
The (Wo)Men in Black are back - but you won't need a neuralyzer to forget this entry
The last in the current X-Men series is struggling at the box office and it's easy to see why
From footballing God to Hand of God - the rise and fall of an unrivalled genius
An absurd oddity concerning fibre optics
The primal, urgent and beautiful moments of childhood are captured in this adaptation of Justin Torres' spirited novel
Mindy Kaling's comedy fails to live up to its promise
Back in cinemas for its twenty-fifth anniversary, The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert is as fresh and camp as ever
13 years after disappearing from our screens, the folk of Deadwood reunite for one last time
Eight Alec Guinnesses stand between Dennis Price and his rightful inheritance, in the classic black comedy Kind Hearts and Coronets, back in cinemas for its seventieth anniversary.
A living nightmare for a single mother proves hard to escape
Julianne Moore shines in Sebastian Lelio's remake of his own 2013 film
Penny Lane's documentary is devilish fun
Jennifer Kent shows the horrors of colonialism in ugly detail
Director Shola Amoo offers a rare insight into being young, black and British
Awkwafina travels far from home to find herself again
Octavia Spencer is one creepy mother