With a strong cast and a purposefully confrontational narrative, Paul Schrader proves that, even in his 80s, he's lost none of his bite.
Jeanne du Barry is a handsome but largely empty costume drama, not worthy for the notoriety of its stars.
The story of artist and activist Nan Goldin is probably too much for one film to tell, but Laura Poitras gives it a good go in her Golden Lion-winning documentary.
A surprising and moving tale, with a director on fine form committed to making you fall in love with a poor little donkey. It's lovely.
Blood and oil stain the land in Martin Scorsese’s long but masterfully-made true-life crime story. Lily Gladstone is the best of a starry cast.
With the release of Tár on Blu-ray and on demand, we explore how director Todd Field portrays a character running out of time and losing control.
Steven Spielberg tells his own story, with all the sentiment and honesty you'd expect. A pleasant cinema trip with your parents awaits.
Steve McQueen’s dissection of his adopted city’s war history is a long, but valuable and vital testament to the history’s endurance. It never ends.
Despite the investment of the cast, The Whale needs a director more in tune with the material, and a rewrite to feel less insincere.
Enys Men has the look and feel of folk horror nailed down, but director Mark Jenkin's efforts needs a better script to make them work.