Biography

9

Excellent

9

Excellent

Darkest Hour review

Gary Oldman and an ensemble cast captivate in one of the most thoroughly compelling depictions of Churchill in years, crafting a striking image of a man who is born to lead - and undeniably human

7

Good

All the Money in the World review

Ridley Scott's examination of an historic kidnapping has emerged from a troubled production as a strong feature in its own right - both as a thriller, and as a tale on the power of greed

8

Great

7

Good

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review

Angela Robinson's foray into biopics offer an intriguing look at polyamory, same-sex relationships in a different time, and the development of a timeless heroine

7

Good

Loving Vincent review

Six years and 65,000 hand-made oil paintings give us a take on the life of Vincent van Gogh which is visually breathtaking – and is ultimately a little too focused on being a spectacle

4

Poor

The Glass Castle review

A young girl comes of age in a dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads with a mother who's an eccentric artist and an alcoholic father

6

Fair

5

Average

4

Poor