Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace shine in The Captor, a dark comedy about the 1973 Swedish bank heist and hostage crisis that coined the term “Stockholm Syndrome”.
Toy Story 4, the latest instalment of Pixar’s beloved saga, is a heartwarming tale of love, friendship and adulthood with more than one lesson to teach.
In The Quiet One, director Oliver Murray examines Bill Wyman ‘s archive and takes us on an intimate, present-tense journey through the life and career of a man who is still trying to figure himself out.
Nisha Ganatra’s comedy drama Late Night is an excellently written, brilliantly acted, utterly enjoyable story that will inspire you, entertain you, empower you and make you wiser.
John S. Baird’s touching account of Laurel & Hardy’s 1953 theatre tour Stan & Ollie is a heartwarming tale of friendship and courage and the perfect farewell to the world’s most famous comedy duo.
Guy Ritchie’s Bollywood-style remake of Disney’s classic tale Aladdin has impressive CGI and entertaining dance routines, but it fails to move the audience.
Zac Efron shines as Ted Bundy in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, with his impressive portrayal of a disturbed yet exquisitely charming serial killer.
Jed Mercurio’s Bodyguard is a suspenseful, bingeworthy political thriller with charismatic leads, a well-constructed screenplay and more than one unpredictable twists.
Avengers: Endgame is an epic, goosebump-worthy, emotional ride in which our heroes become who they were meant to be, and a worthy farewell to the Avengers family.
In Charlie Says, the director of American Psycho explores the psychological impact of Charles Manson’s influence on the three women who killed for him, asking all the right questions.