Brett Ratner’s take on Zeus' most ripped offspring is a bumbling, dizzy-headed chore.
By Adam Lee Davies
Woody Allen posts Emma Stone and Colin First to the French Riviera circa 1920 in this charming, archaic romance.
By David Ehrlich
This latest instalment in the Apes franchise, about the preservation of humanity, lacks any genuine human characters.
By Paul Fairclough
The mighty Lav Diaz repurposes Dostoyevsky in this transcendental crime drama.
By Adam Nayman
LWLies tries to come to terms with its extreme apathy towards Billy Wilder's zing-heavy cross-dressing classic.
By David Jenkins
The fine details are left unprocessed in this doc portrait of the elusive NY street photographer.
By Thirza Wakefield
Bad taste and taboo-busting abound in this essential biography of the drag icon.
By Rebecca Ellis
Philippe Garrel's latest meditation on love and life is an understated sensual delight.
By Jordan Cronk
Tahar Rahim and Léa Seydoux get fissical in this radioactive adultery drama.
By Violet Lucca