Sam Mendes's WWI survival story is an intense, immersive, visually extravagant epic.
Roland Emmerich's WWII film is loud, proud but overwhelmingly hollow.
Bale and Damon impress in James Mangold's stylish 60s racing flick.
Film Reviews from the 63rd BFI London Film Festival.
Cinematic catharsis for Shia LaBeouf makes for a moving, egoless depiction of trauma.
Robert Eggers' highly-anticipated follow-up to The Witch is a haunting, briny maritime yarn that will unsettle as much as it will befuddle.
Scorsese's Netflix-backed gangster opus is a sumptuously shot, sublimely acted crime odyssey.
Jesse Pinkman returns to give Breaking Bad fans closure.