While remixing the same charm, banter and fun of the first instalment, Gunn’s follow-up often just goes through the motions.
Powerful and provocative, Peck’s documentary brings the profound resonance in Baldwin’s thoughts to today’s racially-divided America.
With a captivating lead performance, Oldroyd’s subversive debut is chilling.
Sickening but revelatory, Ducournau’s body-horror drama leaves an aptly disconcerting aftertaste.
With engagingly tense, crumbling performances from his leading couple, Farhardi expertly tips us into a despairing morality play.
Peele’s innovative horror-satire uses white liberal racism incisively as the source of its pervasive, unsettling terror.
Jackman and Stewart’s final outing is satisfyingly conclusive in Mangold’s mournful but viscerally brutal film.