Despite donning a familiar suit, Brad’s long-awaited sequel is just super-fun.
Sauvaire’s rendering of Billy Moore’s prison memoir depicts a fight for survival and recovery with suffocating, unflinching intensity.
Howard’s caper aims for wit and grit in the iconic, lovable rogue’s origins, but is a muddled misfire.
Wright’s Churchill biopic mobilises whimsy and historical romanticism but only scores a victory in Oldman’s impressive impersonation.
Guadagnino’s summery romance is a wistful, wearisome sojourn despite the sensitive chemistry between its burgeoning lovers.
Frances McDormand’s raw, wiry performance towers over McDonagh’s blackly humorous but problematic dramedy.
While Johnson’s darkly portentous yet irreverently comedic sequel delights and surprises, it offers few sparks of hope for the saga’s future.