The new big-screen version of Charlie's Angels turns out to be another egregious stinker.
Christian Bale is enjoying life in the fast lane with his latest big-screen role.
Our critics reviewed six movies released this week. So which ones are worth the price of entry?
Actors Adam Driver and Annette Bening excel in an exploration of the use of torture by the CIA.
Marvel has pulled off the ultimate accomplishment by persuading a huge number of people to argue on the company's behalf, as if it's a beleaguered underdog.
Like the mobsters in The Irishman, Netflix and the film’s exhibitors are pleading the Fifth.
Fisherman's Friends is gentle comedy based on a true story, about the remarkable journey of a group of Cornish fishermen to the UK top 10.
What does marriage mean to women in the 21st-century? This Australian documentary offers more questions than answers.
Much of the film’s impact springs from Adam Driver’s conviction playing soon-to-be-divorced stage director Charlie Barber.
Ailo's Journey is a stunningly beautiful French nature film but a question hangs over its veracity.
Ford v Ferrari is a nostalgic celebration of gas-guzzling fast cars and the people who risked their lives racing them.
A new print of the original Star Wars released on Disney+ has made a fourth change to a scene that has kept fans arguing for decades.
Remembering that you're free to leave a movie will save you time and resentment, just as leaving yourself open to being surprised can be a source of unexpected joy.
Form-fitting outfits are still a big feature of the package, but the emphasis is on “activewear” and the script leaves the team little time for flirting.
Writing and directing her first film was a revelation for Australian actor Mirrah Foulkes.
James Dean hasn't been alive in 64 years, but the Rebel Without a Cause actor has been cast in a new film about the Vietnam War.
Director Scott Z. Burns unearths secrets and misinformation in The Report, starring Adam Driver.
Drawing in part from director Noah Baumbach's own experience of divorce, Marriage Story delves into aspects that are often hidden from view.
Emma Thompson is becoming one of British cinema’s comic institutions.
Our critics reviewed seven movies released this week. So which ones are worth the price of entry?
Kubrick's 1980 outing still keeps us guessing. The follow-up won't.
Filmmaker Pedro Almodovar goes further in a confessional mode than ever before.
This children's animation is more like a compendium of familiar ideas bolted together and painted white - a snow job, in other words.
The Irishman may have been made for Netflix but it is pure cinema – all three and a half hours of it.
When a film begins with a young woman being chased through the bush by a axe-wielding maniac, it seems fair to assume we know what we’re in for.