North America reviews


Crazy Rich Asians

'Crazy Rich Asians': Review

Long-awaited adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s bestseller could deliver a blast of late-summer box office

The Meg

'The Meg': Review

Jason Statham dives in at the deep end for a man-vs-shark update

Too Late To Die Young

'Too Late To Die Young': Locarno Review

A slow summer in post-Pinochet Chile

Christopher Robin

'Christopher Robin': Review

Ewan McGregor plays a grown up Christopher Robin in Walt Disney’s live-action Pooh


'The Darkest Minds': Review

Fox’s new YA dystopian thriller stars Amandla Stenberg and Harris Dickinson

The Equalizer 2

'The Equalizer 2': Review

A decade on, director Antoine Fuqua and star Denzel Washington reunite for a second revenge tale

Mamma Mia Here We Go Again Universal

'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again': Review

Will it be money, money, money the second time around?


'Don't Leave Home': Galway Review

Michael Tully creeps around the Irish countryside for a gothic tale of disappeared children

Mission: Impossible - Fallout

'Mission: Impossible - Fallout': Review

Tom Cruise is on fighting form in this 4.


'Skyscraper': Review

The Rock meets a high place


'Sueño Florianópolis': Karlovy Vary Review

Multiple prize-winner at Karlovy Vary is set in a Brazilian holiday resort


'Ant-Man And The Wasp': Review

This modest superhero film - in Marvel terms - moves the franchise along from its 2015 original

The Parting Glass

'The Parting Glass': Edinburgh Review

The death of a young woman sends a family down memory lane in Stephen Moyer’s affecting debut


'My Name Is Myeisha': Edinburgh Review

A bold, experimental adaptation of the stageplay ‘Dreamscape’

Sicario Day of the Soldado

'Sicario: Day of the Soldado': Review

Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin return to the violence of the Mexican border in this sequel to the 2015 critical hit

puzzle edinburgh film festival

'Puzzle': Edinburgh Review

The world of competitive jigsaw puzzling leads to a shy romance between Kelly Macdonald and Irrfan Khan


'Tag': Review

Bromance about a group of male friends who have never grown up aims for summer counter-programming status

Incredibles 2

'Incredibles 2': Review

Brad Bird’s family of animated superheros continue to entertain and charm in equal measure

Worlds Of Ursula K Le Guin

'Worlds Of Ursula K. Le Guin': Sheffield Review

Film charting the life and legacy of science fiction novelist Ursula K. Le Guin

For The Birds

'For The Birds': Sheffield Review

Eye-opening look at a woman who has adopted hundreds of birds