The stars of The BFG have great chemistry. What a shame, then, that they end up in boring Buckingham Palace.
In avoiding a single cut, Sebastian Schipper’s thriller allows the actors to relish building a performance chronologically.
Long, joyless and simplistic: flashy effects can't save Zack Snyder's latest movie.
This film, in which witches actually exist and aren’t just torture-addled fantasies, has surprisingly feminist themes.
Tim Burton is not on board for the new Netflix original Pee-Wee movie, Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday. But the cult character has an equally influential benefactor these days: Judd Apatow.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice sees two comic book heroes meet on the big screen for the first time. It’s the grudge match of the century, they say. But who really wants to see them go up against each other?
Relationships between women – in life and in the movies – are often as richly cinematic as their romantic counterparts.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we chat BBC Three drama Thirteen, stop-motion film Anomalisa, and the 2014 Alan Rickman film A Little Chaos.
Competition entrants had precisely 50 days to shoot and upload a 50-second film that incorporated in some form the number 50.
Ben Wheatley’s screen adaptation of Ballard's novel brings its dry wit to the fore.
Patricio Guzmán's films have brought the story of his country to the world. Yet this latest film lacks the clarity so central to his previous offerings.
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