Sorkin’s latest has a lot to say, but doesn’t quite know how.
London Film Festival 2020: One Night in Miami review – a strong cast perfectly captures a moment in history
Legends from history are given a strong portrayal in Regina King’s film.
Looking back on great films that brought the world of music to the big screen.
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The Elton John biopic is a rip-roaring success.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile review – great performances, but a lack of focus wastes tons of potential
Film review: Effron and Collins shine despite their wasted potential in this film about infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy.
Full of heart, friendship and endurance, we review the endlessly fun Stan & Ollie.
Unearthing societies role in creating a serial killer, we take a closer look at ‘My Friend Dahmer’, a deeply unsettling and thoughtful film that stays with you long after the credits roll.
Joe Wright’s political epic is driven by a triumphant performance by Oldman.
Here are ten of the best portrayals of real-life figures on the big screen.
Logan Lucky review – just enough knock about comedy, funny dialogue and weirdness to keep most audiences on board
Our review of Logan Lucky calls for Steven Soderbergh to come out of ‘retirement’ as he delivers a funny and quirky comedy that is sure to charm your pants off.