Plus, Wakanda has a border control system to make Theresa May swoon.
Saul Dibb’s film powerfully conveys the pained tenderness of comrades, and the insidious creep of fear.
In contrast to Anderson's last two fims, The Master and Inherent Vice, Phantom Thread grips like a leather-gloved hand around the throat.
Does Spielberg’s paean to the great American newspaper offer some insight into how the current US president will be remembered?
A controversial director may be brought down, but only because powerful actors are finally turning on him. How much progress is that?
As the popularity of Dunkirk and Darkest Hour show, we remain entranced by the story of Britain’s heroic resistance to Nazism and its wartime leader. What are the lessons to be learnt? And why must we keep looking back?
The family-friendly movie has become the highest-grossing film of all time in Mexico.
The movie looks terrific and has an air of authenticity, yet it plays fast and loose with the truth.
“Next time,” she told him, wanting to wait before having sex. “Well, if I poured you another glass of wine now, would it count as our second date?”
The film-makers capturing Barack Obama’s last year in office were unprepared for a villain to turn up.
Beneath the little flecks of brain and bone, the Hallmark logo is unmistakable.