Fighting with My Family will have you fully onboard with this true WWE story
Stephen Merchant has a great ear for dialogue.
Iconic NZ songs narrate inner lives in Daffodils – but this is where it runs into trouble
Rose McIver and George Mason are admirable, but it’s a frustrating film.
Well-crafted terrorist attack true story Hotel Mumbai is hard to watch
The film’s statements about the human spirit and Islam are generally unsophisticated and myopic.
Netflix A-list action pic Triple Frontier is a bloody good time
Netflix new release is consistently interesting and anchored by solid performances from its superlative cast.
Nicole Kidman gives an admirably grungy performance in Destroyer
Does more for Kidman than it does for the genre.
The Price of Everything thoughtfully examines the obscenely rich art world
Includes responses from critics, historians, auctioneers, and artists.
Like its main character, Captain Marvel triumphs over its stumbles
The end of the film will make you want to cheer.
Greta is an extremely silly movie and all the better for it
We need more dumb psychological thrillers like this.
If Beale Street Could Talk fills, and sometimes overwhelms, the heart
Every bit as quietly rapturous as his breakthrough 2016 Oscar champ Moonlight.
Celia is a documentary that defies you to remain unmoved
The unavoidable unfairness of mortality imbues the film with an added sense of urgency.
Single-location thriller The Guilty will leave viewers sweating
An 88min how-to in making something as exciting as Taking of Pelham 123.
Melodrama reigns in Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem mystery thriller Everybody Knows
Excellent leads and Farhadi’s baseline quality make it a solid watch.
Vox Lux is a moralistic warning of what fame does to young women
It’s a concept less interesting than the film’s initial trajectory.
Escape Room is pretty entertaining… until the master plan comes into focus
The real stars here are the set-pieces.
What Men Want feels stuck in the 2000s
If it weren’t for a few performances, it would be pretty forgettable.
As far as period dramas go, Colette is one of the most fun to date
Keira Knightley deploys some of her best emotional work.
Happy Death Day 2U ambitiously aligns itself with Back to the Future Part 2
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
Border is the wildest love story you’ll see this year
A Hollywood re-make seems like a rather less likely prospect.
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly are a perfectly matched pair in Stan & Ollie
Simultaneously sad, funny, melancholy and celebratory.
Cold Pursuit always entertains… but it doesn’t amount to much
A lot of people die, and you may chuckle a bit along the way.
The Hate U Give, one of the first accurate depictions of Black Lives Matter
Its Generation Z teenagers move between homework and activism with grace and strength.