Kenneth Branagh’s All Is True is a heart-warming speculation on the last years of Shakespeare’s life – even if its plot is sometimes confused and dull
Dan Gilroy’s Velvet Buzzsaw may be a horror film with all the tropes, but it has something powerful to say about the meaning of art
In a rare but stunted examination of the French publishing industry, Non-Fiction is saved by an excellent performance from Juliette Binoche
With his adaptation James Baldwin’s 1974 novel, If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins has achieved something truly special
Set in 1970s Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a deeply personal contemplation of the chaos of family life
Green Book shows what happens when you put a black musician and a white driver together in the southern states during the 1960s
Charlie Brooker’s Bandersnatch lets viewers choose their own adventure. But is this free choice offered by the latest instalment from Netflix’s Black Mirror series only an illustion?
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