It’s problematic for a film made in 2023 to focus on the neurodiverse musical mind as though it is exclusively white and male.
War is hell in Ridley Scott’s biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte. But for viewers safe in their cinema seats, it is also inescapably magnificent.
Expertly crafted and featuring an excellent cast, this modest project still packs a punch.
Mark Cousins’ study of the groundbreaking director inspires fans to revisit classic movies they think they already know.
Laure Calamy, France’s most versatile film star, nails it again in this gripping identity theft thriller.
After a lacklustre Death on the Nile, Kenneth Branagh's film franchise finds its footing in this spooky murder mystery.
Like its immaculately groomed subject, All That Heaven Allowed makes a determined effort to maintain a certain dignity.
There’s a touch of the old Twilight Zone to this unusual entry into the canon of apocalypse survival movies.
The emotional territory of Scrapper may feel familiar, but the inventive way it’s treated does not.
More Tinsel Town than tour-de force, Chevalier turns a remarkable life into an unsubtle soap opera.
Legendary Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki’s 20th film is a gem, musing on the troubles of life and portents of the future.
A free-wheeling, sparky film from Canada, BlackBerry unpacks the human drama behind a tech sector phenomenon.
Set in the 1960s, The Miracle Club touches lightly on women’s rights, faith and miracles.