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Director Olivier Assayas explores the prospects of the printed word in the digital age.
The 1969 moon landing has inspired countless films, books and TV shows – but on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, the mission’s cultural legacy is shadowed with a darker hue.
Ari Aster’s film Midsommar turns Swedish summer celebrations into a sinister cult. But at a real solstice gathering, a more banal nightmare awaited me.
The Dead Don’t Die has nothing to add to the accomplishments of Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland
Misinformation is thriving on our blind outrage.
With plenty of narrative slaloming, each new twist revealing another switcheroo, the film ultimately falls flat.
The villain of Strickland's latest film is an unusual one: a spectral, floating red dress.
From the downgrading of beautiful music, to a wooden Ed Sheeran, Yesterday is simple without being charming.
Real feeling lies underneath the shocking vulgarity of the show’s language.
Despite the delightful dialogue and Nighy’s deft performance, the film’s ideas don’t quite graduate convincingly into themes.
From Basic Instinct to Human Traffic, cinema can never get nightclubs right.