Well, here we are again. Yet another Bridget Jones sequel. If you detect a hint of exasperation in that previous sentence, then I applaud you for your acute observational skills. How many sequels does a rom-com need before it can be retired for good? For what it’s worth though, Bridget Jones’s Baby is not completely terrible.
Pete’s Dragon. A remake. A reimagining. A tear-jerker. A disappointment.
Sunset Song is a heart-wrenching character study of love, loss, abuse and courage set around a Scottish family in the early 1900’s that unfolds through the eyes of Chris Guthrie, the eldest and only daughter of a family of six.
The Red Turtle is a dialogue-less animated film with deep symbolic themes and beautiful animation, though some might find it hard to get through.
After finding a video he believes to be of his missing sister Heather, James and his friends venture into the same woods she disappeared in.
Trash Fire is an uncomfortable and sometimes amusing film that will have you hating all of the characters, while keeping you glued to the screen.
There’s nothing funnier than a guy exploiting the media from a secluded house in the middle of Kentucky.
While a police squad are responding to a distress call in a backwater town in Turkey, they inadvertently stumble into Hell, where they bear witness to a Black Mass and a lot of other really nasty business.
Ron Howard’s documentary on the greatest band of all time, The Beatles, is a spirited look at the band’s early years, which leaves you yearning for more.
With Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood on board, Sully had the potential to be an amazing film – on paper. But the final product leaves a lot to be desired.
Viggo Mortensen shines as the head of a nonconformist family in Captain Fantastic, in what is undoubtedly one of the year’s best films.
The Secret Life of Pets is a fun, but mostly derivative animated film that shows us what our pets really get up to when we’re away.
Every once and a while a film comes along and injects new life into a genre and it’s safe to say that Don’t Breathe is easily one of the best horror films this side of the millennium.