Alpha review - a stirring, beautiful story of survival and friendship
Man and wolf must work together to find their way home
Bad Samaritan review - an enjoyable, if unremarkable thriller
Every movie needs a scenery-chewing David Tennant villain
First Reformed review - Ethan Hawke excels in quiet, intense character study
A priest of a small congregation is torn between the torment of his past and despair of the future.
Sicario 2: Soldado review - decent action thriller is a step down from the original
The follow-up to Sicario is missing the human element that made the first one so great.
New trailers for How to Train Your Dragon 3, Bad Times at the El Royale and The Girl in the Spider's Web
The week of All the Trailers continues...
Yet another 'Joker' standalone movie is in the works
Jared Leto will reprise his Suicide Squad role ... even though nobody wants him to
Tully review - solid dramedy about the toll of motherhood
Three kids is a lot, even for Charlize Theron.
Blockers review - a funny and refreshingly sex-positive teen sex comedy
The title references 'Sock Blocking', the well-known practice of parents hiding socks to mess with their kids
Isle of Dogs review - weird and wonderful, but wuff around the edges
A stop-motion animation feast for the eyes and ears
Unsane review - A disturbing thriller that's too dark for its own good
It's really, really dark, guys.
Game Night Review - Passable comedy, not as fun as an actual game night
A murder mystery party goes horribly wrong in more ways than one.
Mute Review - aimless, unpleasant sci-fi noir
Duncan Jones's latest is a mystery in more ways than one.
The Mercy Review - A boring sailing drama which fails to make a splash
A remarkable true story and a great cast don't always make for a good movie
Venom teaser trailer doesn't feature Venom, but at least it's boring
Who needs to see the title character anyway?
Journey's End review - a stirring, but deeply familiar war drama
Return to the trenches of World War I, 100 years after the Spring Offensive in this stirring war drama
Asa Butterfield talks his latest film Journey's End and the benefits of having a good trench
The young actor stars in the World War I drama based on a famous play of the same name
Film Review: The Post
Steven Spielberg's latest pairs Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in a story about a defiant press fighting a vindictive, authoritarian government - sound familiar?
The Avengers face their greatest foe yet in the first Infinity War trailer
The first look at the superhero blockbuster 10 years and 22 movies in the making