Brad Bird's sparkling sci-fi blockbuster is powered by big ideas and wide-eyed inquiry.
By David Jenkins
Kristen Stewart achieves the impressive feat of outshining Juliette Binoche in this rich drama from Olivier Assayas.
By Adam Nayman
Miroslav Slaboshpitsky's punishingly bleak tribute to silent cinema and modern disability is a great debut.
By Anton Bitel
Ultra-light teatime royalist frolics as two princesses head out for a jolly romp on VE day.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Howard Hawks' 1939 aviation-themed classic is arguably the first action-comedy-drama-romance-thriller. See it.
By Matt Thrift
The further acapella antics from the Barden Bellas in this Elizabeth Banks-directed comedy sequel.
By Cormac O'Brien
Strange doc-fiction hybrid about a man whose snap decision making saved the planet from nuclear obliteration.
A creative and rousing adaptation of Samuel Fuller's superlative autobiography, made by his daughter.
By Forrest Cardamenis
Turns out the two men who discovered The Who aren't as interesting as The Who.