My Life As a Courgette is an undeniable triumph of tenderness and joy which will stay with you for weeks on end
Here’s what you need to know. My Life As a Courgette was rightly nominated for an Academy Award at last year's Oscars for best animated film.
Freeheld packs plenty of emotional punch, and makes its point about equality strongly and well.
Films whose narrative rest on the affliction of multiple personality disorder seem to have a remarkably high success rate (Psycho, Dressed To Kill), and that trend continues with this slow-burning...
Marling and Batmanglij, who previously gave us the excellent Sound of My Voice, here have a broader canvas and a bigger budget to play with.
Most of Allen's movies of the '70s and '80s never exceeded a 90-minute running time. Since then his films have become longer and his latest here stretches one's patience at times.
The superhero movie has reached a point that all popular genres eventually attain. The point at which the genre is running out of energy and clichés start forming.
The superhero movie genre has reached a point that all popular genres eventually attain. The point at which the genre is running out of energy and clichés start forming.
It is, in my opinion, a rarity for a populist Hollywood film to be viewed as a measure of great filmmaking, upon which all other films should be judged, but...
When did you last see a sports film about indie misfits? Let’s face it: sports movies for teenagers are either weepy Disney underdog stories or badly-written rebel-goes-good tripe like (shudder)...