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
At its heart, Kong: Skull Island is nothing more than a good, old-fashioned monster movie
With great songs, plenty of gags and the cutest red panda J-pop band you will ever see in a film, Sing is a winner.
The Lobster is a weird one to be sure – blackly comic at times but also unremittingly bleak.
There have been several exceptional dramas confined to one location in the past with such great examples like Twelve Angry Men and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe.
Brüno was a turning point for Baron Cohen. With its relentless marketing campaign, the comedian reached a level of public fame that meant his comedy of public embarrassment had reached...
Miguel Arteta continues to mine the quirky side of comedy with Cedar Rapids. It feels like this film is a step-up for the director whose previous films include The Good...