Despite its weak conclusion, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon is an enjoyable and perpetually interesting supernatural horror from Ana Lily Amirpour.
Featuring a show-stealing performance from Saoirse Ronan, See How They Run is both a well-crafted whodunnit mystery and a witty deconstruction of the genre.
Hugh Bonneville gives a chilling performance in I Came By, Netflix’s home invasion thriller that is tense and grisly but stumbles when the plot twists pile up.
50 years since the release of The Harder They Come, Jamaica’s first feature film is still a brilliant take on its people’s struggles – with one of the best soundtracks of all time.
Starring Dakota Johnson, Netflix’s modernised adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion is perfectly watchable – though maybe not if you are a superfan of the author.
Tom Burke and a superb Ruth Wilson star in True Things, Harry Wootliff’s British drama about a tender (then toxic) romance that is visually interesting but gradually peters out.
Austin Butler gives an electrifying performance in Elvis, Baz Luhrmann’s frantic, kinetic and incredibly captivating biopic about The King of Rock and Roll.
With a look and feel inspired by Taika Waititi, Brian and Charles is a charming film about a man and the robot he builds in his rural Welsh cottage.
Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio are a riveting father-daughter duo in Aftersun, Charlotte Wells’ outstanding debut about memory and depression set on a Turkish resort.
Mia Hansen-Løve’s One Fine Morning is a humorous and incredibly charming romantic drama about finding love when you least expect it – with an excellent performance from Léa Seydoux.