T2: Trainspotting succeeds because it plays like a darker, sadder, tireder, older version of the original film.
Life, Animated is too intent on crafting an inspirational story of triumph over adversity.
Miss Sloane prioritises politicking over politics.
Isuca ain’t your typical fanservice anime.
Hidden Figures, the story of three black, female mathematicians making history in the sixties, is one hell of a crowd-pleaser.
Silence subtly subverts the insidious narrative of meaningful misery that’s so ubiquitous in Western (and Christian) culture.
The premise reads like arthouse erotica: a French farmgirl moves to Paris, falls in love with another woman, has a lot of sex.