Wright’s latest genre fusion delivers exciting high-octane action in ‘cool’ retro-style but with shameful self-indulgence.
Kaurismäki’s characteristically deadpan style is unexpectedly revealing in this self-critical, tragicomic response to the refugee crisis.
Jenkins’ instalment is the most entertaining, coherent DCU film thus far, though its gender politics are disappointingly tame.
Returning to familiar waters, the fifth Pirates instalment offers moments of fun and thrills amid a typically uninspired, convoluted plot.
With its eerie, murky undertones, Leach’s debut is brooding and emotionally resonant.
Scott’s creation re-emerges without its terror or intrigue in this highly derivative and predictable prequel-sequel.
Chan-Wook’s racy thriller has intricate plotting, sumptuous visuals, theatrical flair and an occasionally worrying gaze.
While remixing the same charm, banter and fun of the first instalment, Gunn’s follow-up often just goes through the motions.