REVIEW: Two major shadows loom over Ryan Reynolds' Life - Alien and Gravity.
REVIEW: This Brazilian drama is, in short, bloody wonderful.
REVIEW: One Thousand Ropes is a slow-burning drama that gets under your skin and stays with you for days.
REVIEW: Life pretty much unfolds as you might be expecting if you've ever watched Alien or The Thing.
REVIEW: Aquarius is compelling story which boasts both a jaw-dropping twist and a satisfying denouement.
REVIEW: Why last act madness is the disease that kills Gore Verbinski's Cure.
REVIEW: New and a bit alarming. Who'd have ever thought this could be? But Disney's live-action Beast is a Beauty.
REVIEW: Loving is something with no bells and whistles, no CGI - just a good story with great acting.
REVIEW: The latest King Kong adventure is a mixture of Tremors, Pacific Rim and Madagascar 2 with a side order of Joseph Conrad.
REVIEW: If this plot follows a predictable path, at least it's one peppered by two terrific performances.
REVIEW: One Thousand Ropes is simultaneously mystical, gorgeously photographed and often very hard to watch.
The creators of 7 Days struggle to create a coherent 90-minute comedy
REVIEW: Sporadically funny, Gary feels surprisingly dated for a project put together by a team best known for a topical comedy show.
REVIEW: The individual moments and scenes that make up this Kiwi island comedy's brief running-time are occasionally very funny.
OPINION: If it is not Baroque, why are Disney trying to "fix" their Beauty?
REVIEW: A documentary that takes viewers inside the Yo Yo-ing fortunes of the Silk Road Ensemble
REVIEW: Despite ticking all the "worthy movie" boxes, Loving fails to leave the mark it should.
REVIEW: There's a nicely underplayed quality to Trespass, with good performances across the board
REVIEW: Kind of a cross between Once, Trainspotting, the films of Ken Loach and That Darn Cat, Roger Spottiswoode's film is a touch too gritty, raising too many questions for young audiences.
REVIEW: Gary of the Pacific bounces along pleasantly and doesn't outstay its welcome.
REVIEW: It's only, really, when the giant ape appears and starts swatting choppers out of the sky like so many rickety, canvas biplanes, that Kong: Skull Island's holes start to appear.
REVIEW: Before I Fall - deeper and darker than your average teen movie.
REVIEW: A Street Cat Named Bob is a completely watchable, occasionally quite-moving and very unexpectedly gritty little film.
REVIEW: In Kong: Skull Island, the only arc is the one taken by burning helicopters being hurled to the ground by the eponymous beast.
REVIEW: Before I Fall is at is best in its update and subversion of John Hughes-esque 80s teen movie tropes and Mean Girls moments.
REVIEW: With Logan, the superhero movie genre comes of age.
REVIEW: Headshot has more than enough limb-snapping, kidney ripping, chopsticking, shotgunning and bad-guy-stabbing action to keep the most ardent action fan happy for days.
REVIEW: Wondering what happens when folks abuse the "constitutional right to bear arms". Under The Gun paints a grim picture.
REVIEW: Fist Fight is a puerile, ploddingly predictable comedy that somehow also attempts to draw attention to the plight of the US education.
REVIEW: Jaw-dropping violence aside, Logan is a very touching family story.