William Leng reviews Jean-Marc Vallée’s new film starring Jake Gyllenhaal
Mark Tam fills us in on the Bad Neighbours sequel. Is it an improvement, or does it just fall flat?
With more and more studios planning films many years in advance, Errol Kerr weighs in on whether it is genius, excessive, or just a plain waste of time
With originally animated films being ever-increasingly adapted to live action, Jordan Oloman examines if it works, or if it is purely economic
The second instalment of Arabian Nights baffled Simon Ramshaw – will he see the third?
Marvel returns with their biggest film yet – is it a hulking mess or a soaring success? Emma Allsopp found out.
William Leng saw Foreign Language Oscar-winner, Son of Saul – is it as intimidating as its reputation suggests?
Harry Musson saw the Miles Davis biopic, Miles Ahead – did it hit some high notes, or did it make him want to jump through a gong?
With the recent release of Captain America: Civil War we decided to look back to last year’s Marvel montage blockbuster, Avengers: Age of Ultron. Iqra Choudhry and Imogen Scott-Chambers tell us their views on the film, however opposing they may be. Who do you agree with?
In this week’s column, Benj Eckford turns to Liam Neeson’s filmography – a canon with a vast array of good, bad and ugly films