The Gentlemen sees Guy Ritchie return to home turf: posturing gangsters doing gangster shit.
Sorry We Missed You’s heartfelt social realism has a smack of truth that inoculates it from accusations of exploitation.
Knives Out is a classic whodunit, defined by plentiful lies and a ludicrous set of twists and turns engulfing its oversized characters.
For about forty minutes, 21 Bridges is a compelling film.
The ideas are all there, but they’re wrapped up in a clumsily-configured storyline let down by its clichéd characterisations.
There’s nothing especially original about neo-slasher The Furies, but its purity sets it apart.
This is mostly an excuse for Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore to flex their acting muscles.
At its best, Blinded by the Light is an encapsulation of the power of music.
Ghost Town Anthology obliquely explores the sliver of seflishness at the core of grief.
There’s no big surprises here, but there’s enough spycraft and action sequences set against stunning backdrops to forgive the pedestrian plot.