Keira Knigtly plays the fascinating proto-feminist writer Colette in Wash Westmoreland’s flawed but visually delightful biopic.
Glenn Close gives the performance of her career in Björn Runge’s adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s 2003 novel, The Wife.
Mike Leigh’s telling of the Peterloo Massacre provides a warning against a detached and authoritarian political class that is recognisable today
The human experience may be at the heart of Netflix’s Cargo, but viewers will have trouble engaging emotionally with this zombie film.
The latest instalment from the Jurassic World franchise intriguingly draws on both gothic horror and disaster movies. But it nevertheless fails as a coherent and convincing monster blockbuster.
John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ should be applauded for its positive portrayal of Deafness and masterful handling of tension. Shame about the conventional family structure it reinforces.
‘Whose Streets?’ may make for depressing viewing, but it has an important message on how we should address issues concerning race.