The Oscar-winner dons prosthetics and latex in this hectic and rather bland look at controversial Israeli prime minister Golda Meir
The great actor's sole directorial credit, re-released for its 25th anniversary, offers a bleak, uncompromising vision of 90s Britain
Though it sits in the shadow of similar, superior films, a lightning fast pace and manic villain keep this crime drama compelling
Matt Reeves' very serious take on Gotham's iconic hero grips in the moment, but is neither fun or dark enough to fully define itself
To coincide with the release of Cyrano, Steph Green delves into the British director's lush and eclectic filmography...
As the BFI launches a season dedicated to the works of the legendary director, Steph Green offers a route into his very British canon...
Amy Adams gives a completely misguided lead performance in a tone deaf adaptation from Joe Wright that gets everything wrong
David Fincher's Hollywood drama is out front, while Emerald Fennell and Chloé Zhao make history in Best Director category
Emerald Fennell, Chloé Zhao and Regina King make history, while Netflix's Mank and The Trial of the Chicago 7 lead nominations
With London cinemas temporarily closed, we highlight the best new releases on streaming platforms, from dramas to documentaries