Could this satire on the power of propaganda be the greatest third part to a film franchise ever?
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
The nocturnal activities of modern-day Wellington's vampire community are captured in this mirthless mock doc.
By David Jenkins
Much philosophically-inclined gabbing make this Palme d'Or-winning latest from Nuri Bilge Ceylan something of snooze.
A flashy central performance from the ascendent Chadwick Boseman do little to save this James Brown bio from mediocrity.
It's great to have Tommy Lee Jones back in the directorial saddle, and his latest is a beautifully strange feminist western.
By Glenn Heath Jr
There are no actual bosses in this sequel to Horrible Bosses, but that's the least of its problems.
By David Ehrlich
The pod bay doors are open once more for this re-release of Stanley Kubrick's space opera to end all space operas.
A docu-jaunt through the witty life and times of renowned artist and Yorkshireman, David Hockney.
This one-for-the-ages family movie based on the books by Michael Bond is a full-blown Christmas triumph.
By Adam Woodward