Bigger is better and Jason Statham is a comedy superstar: the eighth Fast & Furious film ups the stakes, and the fun.
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Hugh Jackman’s final Wolverine adventure is a problematic, but admirable, farewell to cinema’s greatest comic-book hero.
With both The Dark Knight’s intellect and Adam West’s zany comedy, this is a wonderful tribute to everybody’s favourite Batmen.
Peter Berg’s marathon bombing drama is a sincere and impressively-directed tribute to a horrific day in Boston life.
Casey Affleck is stunning in Kenneth Lonergan’s flawed Massachusetts melodrama.
Denzel Washington directs and stars in this faithful adaptation of August Wilson’s poignant drama.
Denis Villeneuve continues a remarkable streak of engaging dramas with this thoughtful, intelligent sci-fi.
Marvel Studios deliver their most enjoyable film since Guardians with this crazy, colourful treat.
One of Pixar’s less disappointing sequels, this long-awaited return to the sea has countless moments of enormous charm.
Despite the at-times overwhelming obnoxiousness of its central character, Popstar is as accurate a cinematic send-up of this decade’s musical culture as we’ve seen for some years.
Michael Moore travels Europe; proves that it’s better than America in almost every way.
Jon Favreau delivers both an astounding visual marvel and a charming family comedy with this delightful tribute to classic Disney.
Director Tom McCarthy tells an important story truthfully and insightfully in this quiet but affecting drama.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s visual poem lacks humanity, but DiCaprio is a compellingly animalistic lead.