Review: Lion

Lion is a beautiful film about human relationships and perseverance in the face of adversity. Ishita Mathur reviews.

Review: T2 Trainspotting

While the sequel lacks the madcap energy of fleeting youth that the original 1996 film possessed, it trades it off for a more world-weary maturity. Dominic Kwaczynski reviews.

Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events (2016)

If you are interested in TV shows with happy endings, you would be better off reading some other review. In this show, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle. Hannah Adam reviews.

Oscars 2017: Art vs Tradition

It’s an establishment, an institution with a stubborn voting membership, a penchant for self-aggrandising, and a sucker for tradition. Ryan Suckling review the 2017 Oscar nominations.

Review: Split

The film plays with the idea that disorders, such as the one Kevin has, unlock the brains true potential; that when the mind splits itself it can actually change the entire makeup of the body it possesses. Kelly Dunn reviews.

Review: Little Men

Sachs’s talent appears to be this finely attuned rendering of the details of everyday living, pressed against human desires and projections. Review by Ryan Suckling.

Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

"Eddie Redmayne’s awkward scientist is adorable and necessary as an English envoy in an American version of such an English story. Alongside Cumberbatch, he's the most English person in Hollywood, so: perfect choice." Pema Monaghan reviews.