The Death of Stalin is a remarkable send-up of the terrifying shit-storm that was and always has been Russian politics. Rarely a dull moment to be had here.
Spielberg returns to sci-fi with a movie he was born to make. Ready Player One is a fun outing into nostalgia nirvana even if it fails to fully bring the source material's characters right off the page.
Festival darling Beach Rats is a coming-of-age story that is sometimes dreary but often elevated by a superb performance by Harris Dickinson.
The Oscar winning film lives up to the hype and treats to an engaging romance that never falls victim to cliche. A well directed drama with a superb performance by newcomer Timothée Chalamet.
Alex Garland's latest is a provocative and fascinating piece of work. A marvel of modern cinema, and I honestly doubt that I'll see a better film his year.
I, Tonya is a ballsy biopic that captures its foul-mouthed figure skater with effortless ease. Remarkable performances from both Margot Robbie and Allison Janney, and a whole lot of ice skating, obviously.
Phantom Thread is nothing short of a masterpiece and a phenomenal swan song for Daniel Day-Lewis in is supposedly final role.