Sam Mendes’s one-shot, first world war Oscar favourite is a technical achievement in search of a compelling story.
Martin Scorsese’s sprawling, masterful crime epic is a wintry, melancholy examination of loyalty, corruption, family and regret.
A teenager’s life in 1980s Britain is transformed when he discovers Bruce Springsteen’s music in Gurinder Chadha’s coming-of-age crowd-pleaser.
John Hawkes and Logan Lerman star in this tender portrait of grief and fractured family dynamics as a father and son embark on an Irish road trip.
Nick Robinson investigates a mysterious pregnancy in Rowan Athale’s half-baked, tonally mismanaged thriller.
Two teenagers try to make their way to an underground rave in Brian Welsh’s witty, poignant Scottish coming-of-age drama Beats.
Jason Mitchell stars as the lone black man in amongst a group of white bros on a boozy birthday weekend in Sebastian Silva’s sharp comedy drama Tyrel.
Bone Tomahawk writer/director S. Craig Zahler returns with a grimly compelling crime epic starring Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as a pair of disgraced cops embroiled in a heist-gone-wrong.
Rami Malek delivers a magnetic performance as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in Bryan Singer’s musical biopic.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga shine as star-crossed lovers in the latest update of this classic romantic melodrama.