Does Just Mercy do justice to its inspiring real-life story?
Michael B. Jordan delivers a powerfully understated performance as a real-life attorney.
A star-studded cast is the best thing about the #MeToo drama Bombshell
Not as explosive as its cast of Hollywood heavyweights would suggest.
The brilliant Shaun the Sheep: Farmageddon is a rare breed of filmmaking
The geniuses at Aardman Animations have done it again.
1917 is a triumph of technique with some startlingly surreal sights
It aims to put you in the moment, but sometimes that moment feels like a video game.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire is the best film of 2019
A heartrending romance for the ages, made with masterful skill.
The Two Popes is a superbly acted addition to film and TV’s pope-naissance
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce are as duelling popes? Yes please.
The adorable Koko: A Red Dog Story is a pawfect film for canine lovers
Koko is a national treasure who came to fame for playing a national treasure.
A bloody good time: Knives Out is a rare fun movie made for grown ups
Daniel Craig leads a (literal) murderers row of character actors in their element.
Bilched is a brisk and fun Sydney-set stoner comedy
Superbad is the obvious touchstone here, and Bilched makes no bones about that.
Judy and Punch is uneven, but packs a mighty wallop in its satire and visuals
A feminist retelling of *checks notes* an Elizabethan puppet show?? Okay.
Kristen Stewart is the best thing about the enjoyable Charlie’s Angels
Kristen Stewart is the best thing in this action-comedy reboot.
Ford v Ferrari is a revved-up historic drama about friendship and frustration
A deeply satisfying drama – with lots of engine noises and wheel spinning.
Netflix’s Klaus is the Christmas film of the decade
It’s a bit like The Emperor’s New Groove with a holly jolly slant.
The snoozy Doctor Sleep is your cure for insomnia
Having trouble sleeping? Maybe this belated sequel to The Shining can help.
Timothée Chalamet smoulders in Netflix’s dynamite The King
Did we mention Robert Pattinson is gloriously over-the-top?
Netflix’s Tell Me Who I Am is an incredibly moving film on memory loss and brotherly bonds
“This raw display of male vulnerability strikes the heart and all its arteries.”
Netflix’s supernatural thriller Rattlesnake is reminiscent of a thousand B movies
Australian director Zak Hilditch’s thriller violates the spirit of silly movies spurred on by dumb decisions.
Early look review: I Am Woman celebrates the legacy of Australian feminist Helen Reddy
A heartfelt love letter to an iconic figure of second wave feminism.
Zombieland: Double Tap content to rework the original
This decade in the making sequel to Zombieland revisits so much of the original and does so little to add anything interesting that it’s the cinematic equivalent of the walking dead.
El Camino confirms Jesse Pinkman is Aaron Paul’s role of a lifetime
Paul’s performance in Netflix pic continues to show he’s got incredible acting chops
Netflix’s The Forest of Love is for those who like films strange, long and super dark
Sion Sono brings originality and excessiveness to Netflix with mixed results.