Chef is a glossy Sunday supplement, a pleasure to browse through but with little of substance.
All of Middle-Earth goes to war in a mostly satisfying conclusion to the Hobbit trilogy.
Arriving quite a long time after it as premiered and in a truncated form, Wong Kar-Wai’s The Grandmaster finally gets a begrudging release here. The stories of its different versions are legendary, no surprise when Harvey ‘Scis...
A snapshot, and just that, into the lives of backing singers and how they have brought life to the songs and performances we all know,
Michael Keaton returns in a blaze of glory in this astounding antithesis of all, and any, superhero movies.
A charming and moving look at fraternal envy, guilt and - ultimately – love.
Venus In Fur is a biting and well-performed take on gender politics, even if it pulls it punches on occasion.
Compelling performances and a dazzling look and score balance our Cold In July's riskier experimental tendencies
Paddington offers a warm, friendly and imperfect slice of nostalgia, courtesy of a best-of-British cast.
School of Babel is a vivid look at modern France through the prism of children coming to it for the first time, given a voice through their education.