The Front Runner’s political scandal boasts as much deep denial as Jami-Lee Ross
Though Gary Hart had some actual vision and a famously lovely head of hair.
Lebanese drama Capernaum bursts with life and will likely burst your heart
There’s a reason it’s up for an Oscar.
Julia Roberts is the best thing in unengaging addiction drama Ben Is Back
Roberts offers a skillful performance of strength and cautious care.
Netflix stunner Abducted in Plain Sight fits a whole true crime season into 90 minutes
Warning: this one will hurt.
New Netflix action pic Polar is a mess, apart from Mads Mikkelsen
Ultraviolent action flick is not nearly as fun as it sounds.
Clint Eastwood’s solid direction in The Mule deserves a better script
Long-time Eastwood fans may enjoy his latest/last.
Netflix doco turns Fyre Festival into gloriously watchable, must-see insanity
You’ve simply got to see it.
Green Book is In The Heat of the Night repurposed as a Christmas stocking stuffer
It almost smacks of fantasy, Aaron Yap writes.
Mary Queen of Scots turns a famous rivalry into a flat, forgettable period drama
It’s no Favourite of Katie Parker’s.
Glass will prove frustrating for many, but it’s still an entertainingly strange thriller
It’s downright weird.
With hints of Spielberg, The Kid Who Would Be King keeps all ages entertained
Provides just enough CGI, chills, spills, laughs and thrills.
Eighth Grade’s take on modern early adolescence is stunning
Gut-wrenchingly familiar and relatable to anyone who has ever been sad or awkward or a teenager.
Bird Box has an irresistable hook, but we’ve seen so much of it before
May heat up your déjà vu meter, writes Aaron Yap.
Cold War is an all killer, no filler musical love story
Reaches right into your heart for squeezes both gentle and much more crushing.
How To Train Your Dragon sequel brings trilogy to satisfying close
Might not do a lot differently to its predecessors, but conclusion does series proud.
Emily Blunt is practically perfect in Mary Poppins Returns
3 of the 4 family members were totally rapt with the film.
Strange, twisted, darkly funny—The Favourite is one of a kind
A rare period drama that goes beyond merely re-hashing a sensationalised past.
Ralph Breaks the Internet has little going on… until the real story kicks in
Such frankness with important messages feels endearing.
Bumblebee sobers the series up after a decade-long bender
There’s also a sense of a little-too-late hanging over everything.
The Happy Prince is an enlightening insight into Oscar Wilde’s final years
Rupert Everett is a tour de force.
This all-male synchronised swimming comedy delivers formulaic fun
When the feel-good clichés kick in, it’s hard not to grin.