What does the recent cinematic phenomenon of characters who are unexpected killers tell us about ourselves?
Mistress America and Trainwreck both look at the lives of young women - but neither quite pull it off.
Manglehorn and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation show two approaches to ageing on screen.
We might be twenty years on from Toy Story, but Inside Out is proof that computer-animated features can still deliver giddy imaginative crescendos.
There's a struggle at the heart of Ant-Man between the corporate and the eccentric.
Body-swap storylines are the perfect premise for filmic fun, so why is the most recent offering in the genre, Self/Less, so disappointing?
Dumont isn’t satirising small-town small-mindedness so much as trying to understand how it functions – where it starts, what inflames it.
In that grey area between documentary and fiction, the movie finds a new kind of truth.
Dear White People never exactly loosens up; the screenplay would make a good PhD thesis.
The Beta Band's John Maclean makes his directorial debut with a wry, rootsy love story.
A new BBC Four documentary reminds us not to take this director for granted.