An enchanting and perceptive postmodern take on the classic tale with imaginative visualisations and flights of fancy with notable standout performances from a fine ensemble cast
This is a joyous family feelgood picture that will enchant die-hard Poppins fans and newcomers alike
Acting royalty Tom Hanks steals the show in his second collaboration with director Tom Tykwer, A Hologram For The King
Everything about The Danish Girl is beautiful – the performances, the cinematography and the screenplay
Spectre is an up-to-date celebration of everything that is Bond, James Bond; and if it is the final outing for both Craig and Mendes, then they can go out with their heads held high
It has been five years since British director Hooper won the Best Director for the award-winning King’s Speech, and three years since Les Misérables.
Visually impressive but dramatically underpowered, Ron Howard's seafaring opus is great to look at but lacks excitement
The Lobster is a weird one to be sure – blackly comic at times but also unremittingly bleak.
This solid drama marks Mulligan's best screen work to date. She's mightily impressive here as the downtrodden laundry worker who has been continuously oppressed, her eyes slowly opened to the...