Finding Dory — film review

'Finding Dory' comes 13 years after Pixar's 'Finding Nemo'

There are few dud jokes, if any, in this sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’

Matt Damon in 'Jason Bourne'

Jason Bourne — film review

The film has little in the way of plot but plenty of action

Savannah Knoop, left, played JT LeRoy in public appearances; LeRoy's books were written by Laura Albert, right; pictured in 2003

The JT LeRoy Story — film review

Marvel-inducing documentary about a literary hoax

Ulrich Thomsen and Trine Dyrholm in 'The Commune'

The Commune — film review

Thomas Vinterberg’s film looks at the tensions of communal living

Jerry Lewis in 'The Nutty Professor' (1963)

Canon fodder: Death in Venice and The Nutty Professor

The first of a new series that reassesses artistic reputations

From left, Nicolas Bro, Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Mads Mikkelsen in 'Men & Chicken'

Men & Chicken — film review: ‘Scary, clever’

A sly, black comedy-drama from Denmark

From left, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon in 'Ghostbusters'

Ghostbusters — film review: ‘Tired’

A lame sequel to the 1984 box office hit

Cécile De France and Izïa Higelin in 'Summertime'

Summertime — film review: ‘Platitudes’

A well-intentioned story of gay lovers in rural 1970s France

Jordan Peele in 'Keanu'

Keanu — film review: ‘Cuddly’

A kidnapped kitten is the focus of this comedy thriller

Kurtis Henville and Marcus Knox-Hooke in 'The Hard Stop'

The Hard Stop — film review: ‘Graphic, compelling’

Well-researched but problematic documentary about black Britons

The Neon Demon — film review: ‘Surreal derangement’

Blood and madness from Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn

Maggie’s Plan — film review: ‘Charm and wit’

Julianne Moore steals the show in this sharp, funny romcom

Weiner — film review: ‘Warmly watchable’

Documentary about disgraced US politician Anthony Weiner

The Legend of Tarzan — film review: ‘Kinetic’

Dialogue creaks in this by-the-numbers jungle adventure

Michael Cimino: An appreciation

The FT’s film critic remembers a ‘supremely gifted artist’

Olivia de Havilland: a Hollywood great at 100

Nigel Andrews pays tribute and recalls a 1997 interview in which she candidly discussed her screen career

Notes on Blindness — review: ‘Sanctimonious’

This semi-documentary is too worthy for its own good

Absolutely Fabulous: ‘Sometimes funny’

A must for fans, even if the story goes nowhere in particular

From Afar — review: ‘Delicately barbed’

This Golden Lion-winner is bewitching, understated — and shocking

Independence Day: Resurgence — review: ‘Overblown’

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

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