James Foley’s sequel to 2015’s Fifty Shades of Grey treats the material with a sly wink, but still can’t overcome the problematic central relationship.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis deliver powerhouse performances in this adaptation of August Wilson’s acclaimed play.
Maren Ade’s oddball German comedy beguiling, funny and insightful in its depiction of an unusual father-daughter relationship.
Danny Boyle’s belated sequel replaces the drug-addled youthful exuberance of Trainspotting with sober, middle-aged ennui.
Damien Chazelle’s lively, dazzling modern musical that encapsulates the magic of cinema.
We count down the best films of 2016, from Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival to Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson.
Gareth Edwards’ spin-off explores the Star Wars universe from a different angle.
Clint Eastwood tells the story of Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger in a clear and straightforward ode to skill, professionalism and team work.
Kelly Fremon Craig’s high school dramedy perfectly captures the life-or-death stakes of teenage life.
Jim Jarmusch’s minor masterpiece embraces the small wonders of ordinary life and the pleasure that can be found in the creative process.