The latest venture from writer-director Jim Jarmusch is a joyous ramble that finds delight in the simple act of observing.
For all its lavish production design, the latest Disney adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s ALICE stories is plagued with both bustle and boredom.
Stephen Frears’ take on the story of a New York socialite’s unlikely singing career cheerfully toes the line between mocking the notion of bad art and becoming it.
Vin Diesel’s passion project fantasia is an unfortunately straight-faced film, complete with an underused cast and a dull script.
Steven Spielberg’s impressive BRIDGE OF SPIES sees him re-team with Tom Hanks for a Cold War thriller coloured by anxious American idealism.
The debut feature of Amber Fares delivers a passable look at the first all female Palestinian drag-racing team, a group known as the Speed Sisters.
Michael Madsen’s documentary about the possibility of alien contact is unfortunately straight-faced and lacking imagination.
Robert Zemeckis’ THE WALK is a thrilling spectacle and yet another one of his delightful odes to eccentric dreamers.
Nima Nourizadeh’s second feature (and first collaboration with Max Landis) is an underwhelming and miscalculated stoner comedy stifled by a second-rate action movie plot.
Małgorzata Szumowska’s BODY explores the interplay between the spiritual and the corporeal, though it comes undone in its final half-hour.