Fifty Shades Darker trades the excitement of bondage for the everyday bindings of domesticity.
Crammed into two hours and seven minutes, too much is bitten off to be reasonably chewed.
Keanu Reeves returns as the eponymous contract killer in a sequel that improves on almost every aspect of the surprise hit from 2014.
Jeff Nichols tells the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving (Edgerton and Negga), the plaintiffs in the 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving vs Virginia.
Filled with quote-worthy insights on all things important in life, 20th Century Women is sure to resonate with anyone who is a woman or simply has been young.
‘Choose life. Choose Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and hope that someone, somewhere, cares.’ — Renton goes millennial in T2 Trainspotting
Manchester, so much to answer for… What a film this is, a marvel of understatement, empathy and pathos.
Weird and nonsensical, Prevenge also tries to be funny, and is on maybe two occasions, but this is mostly just too bizarre.
A surprisingly complete picture of Johnson, the unseen, constant presence behind the camera.
Natalie Portman in her best, most complex performance to date
An abduction horror-thriller with a split personality, played with hammy gusto by James McAvoy
Two hours of incoherent storytelling, lacklustre visuals and the sort of aural horrors they might have used to torture inmates in Guantanamo not so long ago
Live By Night attempts to slot itself in amongst the great gangster epics, but unfortunately it just doesn’t pass muster.
Everything in Blood Wars is dark and covered in leather, or latex, or some leather-latex combo.
An important film from a director who has never stopped asking difficult questions.
Assassin’s Creed seems to have been cobbled together primarily from half-remembered details of what 14-year-old boys think is cool. Those boys, and their weird mates, will be satisfied, if nothing else.
This largely laughless comedy will have you thinking ‘why me?’ as you leave the cinema, eight quid poorer and none the happier for it.
Living with her nomadic family in the shockingly beautiful Mongolian mountains, 13-year-old Aisholpan, wants desperately to become an eagle hunter.