A fascinating and insightful debut, bolstered with three terrific central performances
A handsomely mounted but disjointed adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novella
Melissa McCarthy goes back to college in this enjoyable but forgettable comedy.
The true-life story gets a surprisingly sedate retelling.
A long overdue release for this early classic from Olivier Assayas
A Ghibli by any other name, and it surely is sweet
Full of ideas, but this is an incoherent mess
A scrappy and energetic portrait of post-punk New York
Paul Whitehouse and Alex Lawther are brilliant in this atmospheric anthology of horror
Margaret Mahy’s classic novel has been adapted into frustrating but enjoyable film.
Jessie Buckley is sensational in this gripping, slow-burn thriller
A terrific restoration for two of Jackie Chan’s most influential films