The wonderful Orion and the Dark makes the most of its Charlie Kaufman-written script and delivers one of 2024’s earliest, unique cinematic surprises.
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Some trademark Jason Statham can’t save The Beekeeper from being a disappointing action flick that takes itself far too seriously.
Penélope Cruz and some fantastic racing sequences aside, this biopic of Enzo Ferrari feels less like a prancing horse and more like a labouring steed.
Takashi Yamazaki’s Godzilla Minus One is a stellar example of how to give a destructive Godzilla movie political, ethical, and emotional weight.
Lily Gladstone steals the show in this difficult account of greed and violence.
This outrageously funny yet touching romantic comedy will capture hearts.
A lofty, ambitious science fiction tale that showcases Gareth Edwards at his finest, The Creator brings a new voice to the ethical dilemmas surrounding AI.
Sarah Jayne’s ‘Cats of Malta’ is an endearing documentary about Malta’s feline population that lays down too much in its own comfort zone (much like a cat).
Bolan’s Shoes is also a poignant celebration of T.Rex guitarist Marc Bolan’s legacy.
Kenneth Branagh returns for his third outing as legendary sleuth Hercule Poirot.