Fifty Shades Darker
1.4

#Review: Fifty Shades Darker

Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele are back in Fifty Shades Darker, a hot mess of a film rife with cliché ridden characters and a ropey script.
20th Century Women
2.5

#Review: 20th Century Women

With a limp script, uneven performances and an unsure narrative, 20th Century Women has a lot of problems, but it has some merit too.
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.
Loving
3.5

#Review: Loving

Loving is a wonderful film, filled with heartwarming performances and a touching narrative that sadly loses focus at times.
Denial
3.3

#Review: Denial

Denial is a fascinating look at the Holocaust. With great acting and a weighty subject matter, it is a remarkable but flawed film.
Hacksaw Ridge
4.0

#Review: Hacksaw Ridge

With Hacksaw Ridge, director Mel Gibson and star Andrew Garfield have delivered a real contender for best picture this Oscar season.
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.
Split Review from Scannain
4.6

#Review: Split

With Split, M. Night Shyamalan is back and in a big bad way. Phenomenal cinematography, haunting score, and brilliantly cast.
Sing
4.0

#Review: Sing

The impressive visuals, the energetic music and the colourful cast of characters in Sing will stay with you long after the credits roll.