Ryan Gilbey is the New Statesman's film critic. He is also the author of It Don't Worry Me (Faber), about 1970s US cinema, and a study of Groundhog Day in the "Modern Classics" series (BFI Publishing). He was named reviewer of the year in the 2007 Press Gazette awards.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho works with British co-writer Jon Ronson on this tale of genetically engineered superpigs.
I've always felt respect rather than love for the three-times Oscar winner.
The very concept of him, and the adoration he attracts, is so much greater than any single movie.
Even by Gallic standards of nose-to-tail eating, this film is extreme.
It is regrettable that the psychology of the abuser takes precedence in Cate Shortland's shock thriller.
Gal Gadot turns out to be exactly what the superhero genre needs.
Though the actors appear to realise they’re in a comedy, they have not the slightest inkling about how to make it funny.
Studio Ghibli's eloquent animation and lack of dialogue contrast with a pleasureably prickly French-language animation
Two new fantastical films go well beyond the genre's tropes
A better name for this geezerish fiasco might have been Excalibants.
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May