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.