Drama

6

Fair

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.

8

Great

The Sisters Brothers review

Jacques Audiard's premier English feature scintillates as a tale of ruthlessness, camaraderie and black humour in the very heart of the Gold Rush, and injects yet more new life into the Western genre

5

Average

5

Average

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald review

In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.

8

Great

10

Superb

Schindler's List 25th Anniversary

It's fitting that Steven Spielberg's masterpiece Schindler's List is having its 25th anniversary at a time when the world is experiencing a resurgence of Nazism; a time when a corrupt...

7

Good

A Star is Born review

Since the dawn of cinema, ordinary people have always dreamt about becoming famous: A Star is Born is the perfect manifesto for such dream in our age

9

Excellent

The stars in their blocks

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