Hilarious, heart-breaking and full of humanistic musings on the nature of justice and revenge, Three Billboards brings more than just swearing to the table.
Big thinking and beautiful, Blade Runner 2049 expands on the original world in a solid and pleasing way.
Logan Lucky is an entertaining yarn that moves the heist out of the realm of the city to rural North Carolina.
An unhappy jumble of a film, Tulip Fever fails to satisfy any audience.
A horrible patchwork of mismatched locations and motivations render this a boring and pointless watch.
A exuberant romp through shady dealings, hustling and risking it all in the late eighties.
The wilderness takes a leading role in this sprawling epic about revenge and survival.
A more eighties tale cannot exist than that of Barry Seal, smuggler for the both the CIA, Colonel Noriega and Pablo Escobar.
A hugely entertaining and emotional film about a rebellious child and a stubborn mountain man.
A tightly-wound story, filled with characters who hate each other forced to shelter together. What could go wrong?
Excellent performances all round keep the tension building in this ethical-dilemma military thriller.
Edgar Wright's latest offering disappoints, delivering nothing more than cliched set pieces and a jaunty tune.
Another film in Alien franchise feels little more than just that, but does a good job of moving us past the mess of Prometheus.
A ridiculous but thoroughly enjoyable action-horror, that follows squarely in the Universal Horror tradition.
A waste of one of the great tales of 20th century exploration, this shapeless film lacks pace and focus.
There's plenty of shooting and quick fire humour in Ben Wheatley's latest violent yet humorous drama.
Take a thrill ride around New York at night in this socially aware and better-than-you'd-assume high-tech teen adventure.
Logan takes a leap and pushes comicbook films into realms so far unexplored- real depth, emotion and a plot that makes you really care about the ending all make this stand out as the best superhero film so far.
You'll be hard pressed to find a blacker comedy than Rams this decade. Both dryly funny and heartbreakingly sad, this small story can reach everyone.
A zombie film to make you think about humanity, this film takes up Romero's mantle and makes a throwaway genre something really worthwhile.
A beautiful stop-motion film full of heart, derring-do and magic that will keep a whole family watching.
A huge film with nothing to say, this is a shapeless and stupid waste of time so bad you almost hope the Earth is destroyed.
Clever and thoughtful, but also exuberant and joyful, this riveting comedy looks at the big questions about art and truth with a humour that cannot be resisted.
A light-hearted imagining of what might have been said in the strangest meeting the White House has known so far.
Darker than it's quirky nature suggests, this is a film that asks some tough questions family, love, responsibility and freedom.
While this musical does feature huge choreographed numbers and sweeping shots of LA, it's also an intimate portrait of failure, success and regret.
A funny and surprisingly moving portrait of two men locked in a dependency on each other that neither is wholly happy with.
Acerbic, witty and determined, Lady Susan is a modern woman who just happens to live in the 1790s.
Engaging and well executed remake that ultimately fails to pack any real punch.
Sleek and thoughtful, this low-octane alien film can't see it's premise through to a convincing ending.
A solid sci-fi built on wonderful turns by the two lead actors.