From classics to cult favourites, our team highlight some of the best one-off screenings and re-releases showing this week in the capital
David Lowery brings his earthy sensibilities to another remake in a muddled but thematically interesting swashbuckling adventure
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut is a vibrant, heartfelt ode to Rent composer Jonathan Larson, hinged on a brilliant lead turn
Made for hardcore fans only, this third attempt at the infamously brutal video game series brings the gore but forgets a coherent plot
Peter Bogdanovich’s documentary on Buster Keaton is a decent portrait of an early cinema hero – but you’ll learn more from Keaton’s own, uproarious work
Chinonye Chukwu's downbeat death row drama is a gripping portrait of a woman losing her composure and sense of purpose
In the first of a new series, our writers sing the praises of their favourite film endings. This week, Ella Kemp celebrates the subversive climax of Greta Gerwig's Little Women
What movies to catch in the capital, from a romance set in the world of Georgian dance to a David Lynch classic restored in gorgeous 4K...
Taika Waititi's sixth film fails to justify its existence as either a satire of the Nazi regime or as a comedy
New this week, the self-proclaimed “dullest movie ever made”, and that’s definitely not a joke.