A soaring Hollywood fantasy about art, romance and nostalgia.
Assassin’s Creed is a disaster: a morass of muddled imagery, incoherent plotting and dreadful screenwriting.
Lion is a tearjerker, but by the time it wants you to cry, it’s earned the tears.
Situated somewhere between Mr and Mrs Smith and Casablanca, Allied makes for engaging, old-fashioned entertainment.
On the surface, The Boy and the Beast has much in common with director Mamoru Hosoda’s previous film, Wolf Children.
Sailor Moon R is a complex representation of teenage coming-of-age, satirising and celebrating the solipsistic tendencies of youth.
A United Kingdom’s romance is a Trojan horse to disguise an interrogation of the economic and political underpinning that proliferates racism.
Sophia Takal’s Always Shine opens with one of the best sequences of the year.
Rogue One resists the mythic fairytale storytelling of its forebears while needing that same myth to justify its existence.
A consistently excellent show celebrates one of its strongest seasons by exploiting the diverse storytelling enabled by rich world-building.