Seth MacFarlane's swear bear is back and more outrageous than ever in the year's weakest comedy.
By Adam Woodward
LWLies pens a long and winding letter to one-time Ant-Man director Edgar Wright.
By David Jenkins
Do Ghibli and Pixar have a new rival in Irish director Tomm Moore? This stunning film would suggest they do.
Fingers double crossed that Tom Six stands by the promise of that title suffix…
Dustin Hoffman plays an ageing, failed concert pianist-turned-choirmaster in this tawdry, saccharine drama.
By Tahlia McKinnon
This is documentary as awkward social experiment, as Anna Odell shakes up a school reunion.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Orson Welles is some kind of a man in this grisly, ultra-melancholic border-town noir from 1958.
A spiky, combative and wry look at issues of race arising on an American Ivy League university campus.
By Ian Mantgani
The high priest of gloom, Bruno Dumont, returns with a comedy which is part Jacques Tati, part Twin Peaks.
By Anton Bitel