Director Steven Soderbergh makes a decent return to the heist genre with this lovable hick comedy that's very much Ocean's 11 meets Dukes of Hazzard.
Voyage of Time is something between poetry and documentary. It's a thought provoking and gorgeous interpretation of the story of our universe.
An interesting concept that could go so many ways, but in the end, it chooses the most ridiculous. Death Note's characters have motivations so illogical and out-of-the-blue, that even the actors seem confused.
Cannes crowd pleaser Good Time is an in your face adrenalin rush. The Safdie Brothers deliver a heist thriller that's remarkably inventive, addictive, and bursting at the seams with bittersweet chaos.
Valerian is a complicated sci-fi cat. Like Besson's The Fifth Element, it relies heavily on style and quirk, but lacks complexity or depth in its two youthful characters.
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is an interesting piece of contemporary film. It markets itself as an ultra cool car chase film, but in reality is more of an entertaining love epic / musical. It's sweet as hell, and stylish as f*ck, but it was missing that trademark Wright humour that we've grown to love.
Wonder Woman is without a doubt, one of the best superhero films of recent years. It's popping with energy, charisma, and superb storytelling. Gal Gadot is unstoppable and a perfect fit for the Amazon princess. It took 75 years of waiting to get this character from comic to screen, but it was worth it.