A pitch black political satire that is riotously funny, and as dark as the cells in a Gulag.
Colourful and visually arresting, but largely just empty space.
Ultimately superficial, Peter Berg’s film loses sight of the real issue.
Unrelenting, exhausting, brilliant.
A classical romantic mystery which blurs the line between magic and con.
Sofia Coppola’s Southern chamber piece is strangely backwards, and too slight for its own good.
The best Cars film, which still makes it bottom-tier Pixar material.
Planet of the Apes goes epic with this terrific third installment.
That Film Site’s definitive ranking of every Planet of the Apes film.
Expertly paced and scant on details, this psychological horror is ultimately less than the sum of its parts.
A better high school comedy than a superhero film.