A tour-de-force performance from Gary helps make Mank one of this year’s best.
Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
Happiest Season review – a film content to be ordinary, but Kristen Stewart brings warmth and authenticity
This LGBT+ themed festive film is content to be un-challenging but is still a joyous watch.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey review – great performances and catchy songs make up for other shortcomings
This one may be destined to become a future Christmas favourite.
Remi Weekes’ directorial debut could be a future horror classic.
Great direction and a stunning performance make this a worthy challenger to the Hitchcock original.
Heyman’s latest will probably fill the void of a family film coming out this winter.
Sorkin’s latest has a lot to say, but doesn’t quite know how.
London Film Festival 2020: Ammonite review – strong turns from Winslet and Ronan, but a story that falls short
Strong performances by Winslet and Ronan are let down by a film that never really tells its story.
Brandon Cronenberg’s horror is a visual feast, and a brutal gore-fest.
Sharrock’s tale is a frank look at an issue that dominates modern discourse.
London Film Festival 2020: David Byrne’s American Utopia review – a concert film meets science fiction with great results
Byrne’s theatre production is made even stronger by some Spike Lee magic.