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
A flashy central performance from the ascendent Chadwick Boseman do little to save this James Brown bio from mediocrity.
By David Jenkins
Much philosophically-inclined gabbing make this Palme d'Or-winning latest from Nuri Bilge Ceylan something of snooze.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
The nocturnal activities of modern-day Wellington's vampire community are captured in this mirthless mock doc.
Could this satire on the power of propaganda be the greatest third part to a film franchise ever?