20th Century Women is equal parts intoxicating and infuriating.
Rosalie Blum is an unashamed crowdpleaser, offering mystery, broad comedy and a buoyancy that prompts post-film recommendations.
Things to Come is grounded in the personal, but it’s also deeply invested in the philosophical and the political.
Paterson is a tone poem, capturing the sedate rhythms of everyday life.
A light-hearted fanservice romp through RPG clichés, populated by the imaginatively-named – and barely-dressed – cast of Fighter, Mage, Dark Elf and Paladin.
I wish Sunset Song, Terence Davies’ adaptation of the 1930s novel of the same name, meant as much to me as it clearly did to the director.
Berlin Syndrome is a bad film with the spectral outline of a better film around it.