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.
Giacometti’s life is glimpsed in revealing shards.
The actor's fifth film in the franchise will be a welcome return for his layered and troubled Bond.
David Leitch's film forgets that a driver is only as good as her vehicle.
You might argue that the film’s retro approach is deliberate. But I don’t think the makers of England Is Mine deserve our generosity.
There’s a chemistry shortfall between the actors, and some limits to Kumail Nanjiani’s range.
Christopher Nolan both stretches time and compresses it, creating suspense without horror.
He turned down the role of Spock, and turned James Mason into a bisexual. An encounter with the late Hollywood great and Oscar-winning star of Ed Wood.
Her delicate touch as a director keeps the mood frisky, even at its most fraught.
The slapstick-obsessed munchkins are becoming less and less amusing.
Superhero life is anything but slick for a 15-year-old Peter Parker.