Rian Johnson focuses on characters, not MacGuffins, to give us the best Star Wars film since The Empire Strikes Back.
A superficial and sycophantic love letter to the “Citizen Kane of bad movies”.
Strangely hollow but ultimately moving.
Definitely troubled but mostly fun, DC’s long awaited team up is a baby step in the right direction.
An exuberant and vibrant portrait of a childhood lived in the marginalised shadow of Disney World.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ emotionally bereft revenge thriller is dark, uneasy, and hysterically absurd.
Taika Waititi undermines the MCU with a film that is fun, entirely preposterous, and all kinds of silly.
A pitch black political satire that is riotously funny, and as dark as the cells in a Gulag.
The LEGO Movies continue to make us laugh, but the cracks between the bricks are starting to show.
A worthy successor to the greatest science fiction film of all time.