Biography

8

Great

4

Poor

Red Joan review

Despite the compelling question it seeks to pose, Red Joan lacks the charm to draw the spectator in and have them partake in the main character's dilemma. Character drama and historical commentary that could have made the film richer than its premise ended up bogging it down in what feels like a collage of familiar, underdeveloped plots that never became more than a sum of parts.

7

Good

Green Book review

Green Book balances hefty themes with refreshing levity, formula with expert restrain in emotion; but its indubitable strong points are the herculean performances by Mortensen and Ali

7

Good

The Eyes of Orson Welles review

Mark Cousins' biopic on Orson Welles, conveyed through the latter's art, is a touch dry and self-indulgent - but a solid enough feature at its core.

8

Great

Whitney review

Regardless of its sobering themes and unavoidable heartbreaking ending, Whitney is still a celebration of the singer’s legacy

7

Good

8

Great

8

Great

8

Great

9

Excellent