James Cameron's epic has lost none of its force 25 years later, reaffirming its status as a technical and emotional powerhouse
As Juno turns 15, Yasmin Omar explores how the actor's perfectly pitched turn as an adoptive mother helped to define her career
Petrov's Flu filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov tackles the life of Antonina Miliukova in a sprawling, well-acted but repetitive biopic
Jessie Buckley stars as a tortured woman plagued by multiple Rory Kinnears in a film that's just too allegorical for its own good
Ahead of the 94th Academy Awards, we look back at the Best Picture nominees and ask: which one deserves to take home the big prize?
Italian-Iraqi filmmaker Haider Rashid helms a slight but powerful chase thriller that takes its cues from Son of Saul and The Revenant
Packing three films into one, this end of the world dramedy is simultaneously more and less than the sum of its many parts
As the director's novelisation of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood hits bookshelves, Hannah Strong reflects on his oeuvre so far...
Appian Way have won the remake rights to the Oscar-winning tale of debauchery and dancing, with DiCaprio potentially poised to star
To coincide with the release of Paul Greengrass' News of the World, we look back at some of this unstoppable genre's recent greats