Futuristic actioner The Tomorrow War is available to stream from 2nd July.
Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite for this belated, and largely misguided, return to Zamunda
A deservedly Oscar-lavished poetic tragi-comedy about wealth, greed and class discrimination. Laurence Green reviews.
An enigmatic true original, Long Day’s Journey Into Night is a film that will dazzle and baffle in equal measure long after the final credits have rolled. Laurence Green reviews.
Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar’s latest creation, Pain and Glory, is a film with slow-burn soulfulness that etches itself on the mind. Laurence Green reviews.
A sobering, beautifully shot film of dashed hopes and inter-generational relationships (directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan) that implants itself on the mind. Laurence Green reviews.
A bright sharp and moving drama starring Paddy Considine as a boxer piecing his life back together. Laurence Green reviews.
Ben Wishaw returns as loveable bear from darkest Peru in Paddington 2.
Laurence Green reviews Lion, the heartbreaking and emotional film adaptation of Saroo Brierley’s memoir, A Long Way Home
Laurence Green review Andrzej Zulwaski’s bizarre blend of comedy and drama, Cosmos
John Le Carre’s Our Kind of Traitor is adapted for the big screen in this engrossing tale money laudering and political corruption. Laurence Green reviews.
Big-budget action blockbuster that heralds a new chapter in the DC comics superhero franchise.
Tom Hanks warms up the Cold War in this taut true-life tale of political intrigue, espionage and spy exchanges, writes Laurence Green.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte go for ‘A Walk in the Woods’ in Ken Kwapis’ adaptation of Bill Bryson’s ‘road movie’ for ramblers. Laurence Green reviews.
Laurence Green reviews Joshua Oppenheimer’s intimate, philosophical and utterly riveting documentary about Indonesia’s anti-communist purges of the 1960s, the Look of Silence.
Laurence Green savours an amusing and eccentric insight, laced with Gallic individuality, into the daily workings of the broadcaster Radio France
Clint Eastwood’s film adaptation of the hit musical, Jersey Boys, is released on DVD this week.
Comedy road trip starring Hollywood veterans Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline