Love and Monsters is narratively underwhelming, but makes up for it with outstanding visuals, plenty of heart, and a great performance from Dylan O’Brien.
Sound of Metal is an experimental, emotional drama tackling the stigma of deafness and what it means to overcome life’s many obstacles.
Sky Hopinka talks to Outtake about his filmmaking process and plans for the future.
Godzilla vs. Kong is as much an opportunity to see these two titans slug it out as it is an opportunity to gaze upon Kong’s shapely buttocks.
P.S. Burn This Letter Please is a moving and detailed look at a forgotten history, celebrating LGBT+ performers while honouring their sacrifices.
Poppy Field is a short but tense drama about inner conflicts and identity suppression that surprises and shocks.
Enfant Terrible is mesmerising and powerful, yet too infatuated with its main character to offer a full picture.
This new documentary is a moving, detailed and deeply personal look at the life of Poly Styrene, a Black British punk icon of the ’70s.
A light-hearted and meaningful look at one couple’s identity crisis.
Ramin Bahrani’s The White Tiger is a vicious, stark depiction of capitalism’s corrupting potential and the underbelly of India’s caste system.