Lee’s explicit bio-drama uses the not-so-distant past to urgently dissect the polarising present in America.
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.
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It’s all delusions in Aronofsky’s queasy, hysterical psycho-horror, though mainly of grandeur.