Joel Coen’s breakaway venture is a strange take on a Shakespeare classic.
London Film Festival 2021
A strong message about religion hits its mark through the vehicle of bold sexuality.
Brilliant performances make this sports biopic more than a sports biopic.
Rob Savage’s pandemic-related scarefest is a good effort, if not a triumph.
Eva Husson’s picture is a gorgeous but failed attempt to move its audience.
Kranz’s moving portrait of our world should be shown in schools everywhere.
A somewhat unconventional picture hits home thanks to a brilliant cast.
Sir Kenneth tells a brilliantly emotional story against a backdrop of political turmoil.
Complex and thoughtful, this film about relationships hits firm.
Though it’s not Anderson’s finest, it’s a strong ode to great writing of our time.
Moments of stomach-churning brilliance make Titane one to remember.