Maximal as ever, Endgame stays true to the Avengers ethos by being more than one film.
“Easily the best thing about Someone Great is its cast.”
Part steamy murder mystery, part Greek tragedy, and entirely frustrating.
“You’re watching a man fall apart, but jeez, what a doofus.”
This could have made for a rich, elegant, atmospheric horror flick.
Keanu, for all his many charms, simply doesn’t have the emotional transparency for the job.
A mythological coming-of-age story told with distinctive and delightful animation.
The writing in The Silence is stodgy and the execution pedestrian, with an insufferable air of ennui smothering the life out of it.
The chaos and political change of post-WW II Germany are the setting for a romantic triangle that’s content to merely look the part.
Brie Larson’s directorial debut is overtly quirky but thoughtful and insightful.
A deeply compelling and memorable crime drama adapted from a book by the author of True Detective.
A film for our times.
Childish? You bet. But Shazam! is also uproariously funny.
The film can be both anti-capitalist or anti-socialist depending on your perspective.
There’s plenty of family fun to be had along.
The new and freakin’ gnarly adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel about a graveyard that can bring things back from the dead is hellishly intense. The film also, as critic Luke Buckmaster explains, uses the story of a family who move to a small town to explore two of the greatest themes in the history […]
Murder, time travel, alternate realities and one great big friggin storm.
Rude, crude, wilfully offensive and shamelessly self-aggrandising.
This Rocky-off-the-top rope biopic is too safe.
Its brawn is more impressive than its brains.
This wonderful documentary deserves every one of its many accolades.