Brett Ratner’s take on Zeus' most ripped offspring is a bumbling, dizzy-headed chore.
By Adam Lee Davies
Nicolas Cage is gifted one of his best roles in years as an ex-alcoholic who take a young drifter under his wing.
By Nick Newman
Gael Garcia Bernal steps into this doc-fiction hybrid which postulates on the identity of an ID-less corpse.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
A puffy-cheeked gangster with a boiled rice fetish is the star of Seijun Suzuki's daffy 1967 gangster yarn.
By David Jenkins
The Scandi thriller bandwagon rolls on with another very solid addition to the sub-genre.
A saccharine tale of Sir Matt Busby's twilight years as a coach to a wide-eyed team of knee-highs.
By Adam Woodward
Kinky, castaway happenings on the island paradise of Floreana make up the wild tale at the core of this ripsnorting doc.
This rush-job sequel does a stirling job of consistently bungling its intriguing premise.
By David Ehrlich
Taissa (sister of Vera) Farmiga stands out in an otherwise rote and thrill-neutral tale of a psychic gumshoe.