Lee's film, in which the women of Chicago decide to go on a sex strike, is often muddled – but never dull.
This new film about a notoriously bad singer, starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant, is an unusually honest portrayal of how relationships work.
The Met Ball is, to paraphrase Mean Girls, the one night a year when celebs can dress like total freaks and no one can say anything about it.
What do lovers, children, psychopaths and Terrence Malick have in common?
The challenge for any film that seeks to address the Holocaust is one of scale: László Nemes choses his canvas carefully
This black and white, bittersweet comedy follows two 40-year-old former school friends who trudge out on to Bodmin Moor as part of a misguided stag do.
On the pop culture podcast this week: Beyoncé's visual album Lemonade, Bake Off spin-off Crème de la Crème and serial killer thriller Zodiac.
With its lush CGI landscapes, The Jungle Book is a visual treat. But the film is conflicted as to its own status as a reboot.
Those concerned about the future of comic book movies and inter-superhero discord, fear not! Captain America: Civil War saves the day.
On the pop culture podcast this week: extraordinary one-take film Victoria, BBC drama Undercover and mobile game Monument Valley.
The Brand New Testament is full of precis and lightning-fast recaps. In the era of listicles, perhaps Van Dormael’s time has finally come?
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