Toni Erdmann
4.2

#Review: Toni Erdmann

With game performances and a deft directorial hand, Toni Erdmann is a testament to parental love and wisdom, and it's the funniest film of the year to boot.
Jackie
4.2

#Review: Jackie

Led by a never-better Portman, Jackie skillfully and wittily examines the weight of legacy and duty through the viewpoint of one remarkable woman.
Silence
3.0

#Review: Silence

Though well made, Silence has too much to say, and thus gets in the way of its own themes and dilemmas. Philip looks at Martin Scorsese's latest feature.
4.4

#Review: Paterson

With typical patience from Jarmusch, and a terrific performance from Adam Driver, Paterson unfurls into a calmly detailed and delightful tale of ordinary life at its most extraordinary.