Independence Day: Resurgence — review: ‘Overblown’

'Independence Day: Resurgence'

A noisy, effects-laden sequel to the alien-invasion blockbuster

Kevin Spacey stars as Richard Nixon (left) and Michael Shannon stars as Elvis Presley (right) in Liza Johnson’s ELVIS & NIXON, an Amazon Studios / Bleecker Street release.

Elvis & Nixon — film review: ‘Quirky, likeable’

Kevin Spacey excels in a film about a real-life encounter

The late filmmaker Chantal Akerman and her mother are the focus of 'No Home Movie'

No Home Movie — film review: ‘Mesmeric’

A poignant, powerful last artistic testament from Chantal Akerman

Omer Fast's 'Remainder'

Remainder — film review: ‘Cinematic catatonia’

A movie that resembles an exercise in film-student existentialism

'The Secret Life of Pets'

The Secret Life of Pets — ‘Fitfully funny’

Mischief and jolly moments from an animated menagerie

Matteo Garrone’s 'Tale of Tales'

Tale of Tales — film review: ‘Macabre fantasy’

Matteo Garrone’s fairy-tale movie is opulent and mischievous

'Cemetery of Splendour'

Cemetery of Splendour — film review: ‘Strange joys’

Although at times confounding, this Thai film has a dreamlike beauty

Sheila Stewart and Aidan Moffat in 'Where You're Meant to Be'

Where You’re Meant to Be — film review: ‘Memorable’

Documentary about Scottish folk singing is funny, poetic and wise

'Gods of Egypt'

Gods of Egypt — film review: ‘Ill-plotted spectacle’

A laughably poor action epic set in ancient Egypt

'Fire at Sea'

Fire at Sea — film review: ‘Misery and humanity’

A mesmerising Italian documentary about the migrant crisis

Embrace of the Serpent — film review: ‘Mystical’

A captivating movie about jungle guides and explorers in Amazonia

Where to Invade Next — film review: ‘Provocative’

Michael Moore’s new documentary is typically mischievous

When Marnie Was There — film review: ‘Haunting moments’

There’s gentle magic in this farewell feature from Studio Ghibli

Learning to Drive — film review: ‘Sweet, with a dash of sourness’

Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley star in a wrinklies’ romcom

Me Before You — film review: ‘Winning’

A charming romcom about a quadriplegic man and his carer

The Nice Guys — film review: ‘Gosling and Crowe are a good match’

A crime comedy that sparks only sporadically

Warcraft and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles — film review

Two fantasy films deliver bruising 3D scrum-downs

Holding the Man — film review: ‘Almost heroic’

A gay drama sees its protagonists growing into the era of Aids

Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach — film review

Documentary takes a fair-minded approach to the director’s career

Love & Friendship — film review: ‘Wonderful’

A fresh, funny and poignant Jane Austen adaptation

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