Film Reviews

‘Empire Of Light’ review: Sam Mendes’ misty-eyed homage to the movies

It's beautifully shot, but the director's first film since '1917' lacks a story to match

‘The Pale Blue Eye’ review: Christian Bale has the hump in a grisly murder mystery

If you thought Batman was morose, wait until you meet detective Augustus Landor

‘Knuckles’ review: a timely portrait of rap’s rising star that should dive deeper

This 15-minute documentary about UK rap star Knucks and his Kilburn upbringing really needed a longer runtime

‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’ review: a flawed but fitting tribute to a complex icon

Naomie Ackie captures Whitney Houston's mannerisms perfectly in an overlong biopic

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ review: bold, beautiful and very, very blue

James Cameron's epic sequel builds out his sci-fi world

‘White Noise’ review: don’t miss this darkly funny family drama starring Adam Driver

In Noah Baumbach's brilliant new satire, you'll laugh and wince in one breath

‘Emancipation’ review: Will Smith’s first post-slap role is an Oscar-worthy thriller

Could the disgraced actor's new film earn him another nomination?

‘Bones and All’ review: meaty themes dominate this cannibal coming-of-ager

In Luca Guadagnino's latest, Timothée Chalamet plays an "eater" in an existential crisis

‘Aftersun’ review: Paul Mescal hits new heights in the best British movie this year

A moody, melancholic rumination on parenthood and the passage of time

‘Armageddon Time’ review: Anthony Hopkins shines in a superbly cast coming-of-ager

There's also Jeremy Strong, Anne Hathaway and rising star Banks Repeta