The Disaster Artist is a must-see for anyone who has seen or heard of The Room, and an extremely recommendable film within its context. It's certainly different from most of the high-hitters this film season, but is not at all any less worthy. The Disaster Artist result: A*
Thirty five years after Ridley Scott's art science-fiction cult classic Blade Runner, Denis Villeneuve directs its incredibly beautiful and head-spinning sequel. With Villeneuve's excellent directoral work and Ryan Gosling's effortless performance at least, Blade Runner 2049 is a must-see. Result: A*
Sean Baker's colourful, delicate and thoroughly heart-warming look at childhood and poverty against the backdrop of Orlando's Disney World is nothing short of brilliant and easily one of the year's best films. The Florida Project Result: A*
Taika Waititi takes on the third instalment of MCU's Thor trilogy and exceeds all expectations. The direction, performance, dialogue and action in this film is all perfect, setting up anticipation for the future of Thor in the MCU. Thor: Ragnarok result: A*
Satire expert Armando Iannucci takes on the scramble for power in the aftermath of the death of Russian dictator Joseph Stalin in a thoroughly hilarious and star-studded romp. The Death Of Stalin result: A*
It's not as brilliant and brutal as its predecessor, but it sustains thrill and charm even when its hindered by poor dialogue and unnecessary cameos. What always felt like a completely useless sequel turns out to be just alright. Kingsman: The Golden Circle Result: C
It is no remarkable or unique horror film, but it is thoroughly entertaining and overwhelmingly terrifying. Bill Skarsgård's portrayal of Pennywise the Dancing Clown is the stuff of nightmares. A brilliant adaptation. Result: A
One of the most beloved series of all time is well on its way to being the largest shared media franchise in the world. Here is a ranking of the nine films (so far) in J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World.
From Jon Favreau's Iron Man in 2008 to Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming last month, here are all sixteen films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far, ranked.
The real-life courtship of writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon provides and heartfelt and wildly hilarious story. The Big Sick is perfect, with wonderful performances from Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan and a laugh-out-loud screenplay. The Big Sick result: A*