Andrew Garfield is glorious in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s tick, tick… BOOM!, an arresting adaptation of its soulful source material that should satisfy fans.
Belfast is cinema at its most magical and moving – a compassionate ode to childhood full of passionate performances from its exceptional ensemble cast.
Parallel Mothers doesn’t quite scale the heights of Pedro Almodóvar ’s best work, but a phenomenal Penélope Cruz makes it worth a watch regardless.
The French Dispatch is the film equivalent of a Wes Anderson amusement park, captivating audiences with color, chaos, and countless curious characters.
Though slightly hobbled by its script’s unconventional style, The Last Duel soars when Jodie Comer takes center stage in the third act.
Bergman Island is both an authentic look at what it means to love an artist and a deft depiction of one woman’s efforts to come into her own creatively.
Lamb is a twisted yet touching folk horror tale, bolstered by distinguished direction and affecting acting from Noomi Rapace.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain follows a familiar formula, but director Will Sharpe’s signature style – and Cumberbatch’s playful performance – set it apart.
Petite Maman is yet another intimately emotional epic from Céline Sciamma, who masterfully explores the relationship between mother and daughter.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye may not break new ground for biopics, but Jessica Chastain’s crackerjack lead performance makes it enormously entertaining.