Sion Sono's film does the impossible and makes a story of a criminal warrior with explosives in his testicles into a boring chore
Brazilian filmmaker Alexandre Moratto’s spare and enthralling social drama offers a lot more than just a story of suffering
John Huston's 1941 classic, back in cinemas for its 80th anniversary, is packed with unforgettable performances across the board
Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy's dazzling and evocative film explores serious themes while functioning as unashamed genre fare
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Keanu Reeves is back in the long-awaited, visually stunning fourth entry in The Matrix saga... and he looks like John Wick
As Kenneth Lonergan's egocentric epic nears its 10th anniversary, Steph Green looks back on the film's remarkable lead turn