A strong lead and show-stealing villain make the 21st Marvel movie compelling, but it still feels like a cog in a machine.
The Crimes of Grindelwald was written solely by Rowling, and she really ought to have stuck to books.
This clash of fantasy and fast-talking crooks is the director’s first film in a series of five.
It’s a challenge, and Michael Grandage’s Genius, starring Jude Law and Colin Firth, nearly achieves it.
The latest film by writer/director Paul Feig is an exciting and hilarious new chapter for Melissa McCarthy
The director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is as intricate and symmetrical as ever. But it also managed to surprise us.
The famously prolific director claims this is his last film. While not his best or most innovative, it’s a tight psychological thriller with a great cast.
Keira Knightley shines in a thoughtful and visually sumptuous adaptation of the Tolstoy classic.