REVIEW: While there are moments of high tension, Hidden Figures excels in its more personal moments.
REVIEW: Moonlight avoids all the cliches of gangster life, poverty and budding homosexuality.
It's weapons grade stupid, but like anything this moronic, it's hard to look away.
REVIEW: Manchester By The Sea is a miraculous piece of writing and performance.
REVIEW: Ben Affleck's latest feels both sprawling and once-over-lightly
REVIEW: Hidden Figures is a deft retrieval of America's greatest technological achievements to a place where they can actually be celebrated by the people who made them possible.
REVIEW: Vin Diesel's Xander Cage returns in a physics-defying, thunderously loud, candy-coated and joyously preposterous load of weapons-grade stupidity.
REVIEW: Pork Pie is a sporadically funny action comedy, but fails to answer the questions as to why a remake was necessary
REVIEW: Moonlight is indelibly and undeniably, one of a decent handful of truly great films I've seen in the past year.
REVIEW: Both an incredible true story and shameless advert for the powers of Google Earth, Lion is an emotional, compelling watch thanks to some terrific performances and one key decision.
REVIEW: Middle School is an entertaining slice of Disney Channel-esque subversive comedy that will appeal to both tweens and adults
Review: Lion is the sort of film you could easily go into feeling cynical, but every aspect of its production makes it worthy.
With a great cast and evident dedication to accurately relaying history, Jackie is an often devastating watch.
Review: Graeme Tuckett reviews films featuring his picks for 2017's Best Actress nods.
Derring do and coincidence help create stunning documentary
Review: Natalie Portman's latest serves up a succession of stunning narrative choices.
REVIEW: Red Dog prequel evokes memories of the adventures of Skippy the bush kangaroo
REVIEW: Monster Trucks is a knockabout hybrid of Cars, Pete's Dragon with a side-order of E.T. which falls flat and fast.
REVIEW: Why Paul Verhoeven's polarising film deserved its Golden Globes
REVIEW: Though pretty and certainly pleasant, this French-Canadian animated feature is also very predictable.
REVIEW: The Edge of Seventeen speaks to today's teens and they should totally go see it.
REVIEW: Have we already found the worst movie of 2017?
REVIEW: Those who enjoy broad comedies will be hooked by Kiwi movie The Catch.
REVIEW: Purely as big-screen entertainment, Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence's latest does deliver some spectacle and engagement.
From Spotlight to The Salesman - Sarah Watt picks out her favourite films from the past year
REVIEW: Whisky Galore is for those who like characters who haver and their comedy braw,
Review: If Disney had made this, you'd call it a wee bit contrived.
REVIEW: Assassin's Creed is more proof that actors aren't the people you want in a video game adaptation.
REVIEW: La La Land's real charm is in the fact these actors are not indentured musical monkeys.
REVIEW: This teen-orientated rom-dram is a bit special