Absurdist, satirical and with more ideas in its nearly two hours than many another film could deal with, How I Won the War, Richard Lester's film starring Michael Crawford and John Lennon, released in dual format by the BFI.
At once, the strong qualities of the voice acting and script jump out during the introductory moments of Dance of Death: Du Lac and Fey, but equally so, technical issues niggle and pull attention.
A brilliant little blast of cold, unnerving air
A key film in pushing the limits of acceptability in British cinemas, Jack Clayton's debut feature Room at the Top remains a fine film, featuring an Oscar-winning performance from Simone Signoret.
Jim Jarmsuch's new zombie film lacks bite in almost every sense of the word
Better balance and new features make this a worthwhile update
It's time for Wick to face the consequences of his actions
Gotham kicks off its final season in the bleakest way possible.
Return to Hope County!
Baz Greenland reflects on the madness and the majesty of the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones.
Asobo Studio tells a powerful tale about death in A Plague Tale: Innocence, but is it one worth playing through?
It may not give much insight in Ferrante's life, but this documentary is a joyful and gentle celebration of a genius.
iZombie continues its final season.
Gary McCurry reviews the seventh episode of Jane the Virgin season five
Nora turns to the dark side...
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen still looks and feels just as good as it did way back in 2012