Film Reviews

‘Belfast’ review: a moving tribute to childhood and lost innocence

Kenneth Branagh's semi-autobiographical drama documents his early years

‘Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road’ review: inside the mind of a quiet genius

A valuable glimpse at the Beach Boy's current lifestyle

‘Nightmare Alley’ review: horror histrionics in a gritty noir wonderland

Maestro of the macabre Guillermo del Toro gifts us this melodramatic masterpiece

‘Cyrano’ review: Peter Dinklage’s unnecessary update of a Victorian romcom

There's a stunning soundtrack from the Dessner twins, but little else to get excited about

‘Brazen’ review: Netflix serial killer thriller is dead on arrival

Alyssa Milano stars in a tawdry murder mystery that utterly fails to hold attention

‘Scream’ review: rollercoaster ‘requel’ is stuffed with scary good times

Ghostface returns to slash a bloody knife through the modern horror rulebook

‘The 355’ review: Jessica Chastain’s all-female spy flick is fun, forgettable fare

There's a good time to be had here despite the unabashed clichés and obvious twists

‘Mother/Android’ review: pregnant in the apocalypse with nowhere to run

When killer robots want your guts, an accidental baby is the last thing you need

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ review: a nostalgia-heavy red pill of a blockbuster

The grand return of the 'Matrix' franchise is about as complex and convoluted as you'd expect

‘Titane’ review: shocking and stunning body-horror masterpiece that you can never second-guess

Writer-director Julia Ducournau's wild follow-up to her 2016 cannibal tale 'Raw' is an unforgettable riot of shocks, gruesome violence and striking images
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