North America reviews


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'Love, Gilda': Tribeca Review

Compelling documentary looking at the life and career of American comic Gilda Radner

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'I Feel Pretty': Review

Amy Schumer stars as a woman whose belief that she is drop-dead gorgeous results in major life changes

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'Rampage': Review

At the heart of Rampage lurks an agreeably junky B-movie: can The Rock excavate it?

Truth or dare

'Truth Or Dare': Review

A college game turns sinister in this lacklustre horror

Come sunday

'Come Sunday': Review

Chiwetel Ejiofor puts in a powerful performance as a church minister facing a change in his beliefs

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'A Quiet Place': Review

John Krasinski delivers a nail-biting genre hit for Paramount.

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'Love, Simon': BFI Flare Review

Aiming at the multiplex, this teen romcom is the first to boast a gay protagonist

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'Pacific Rim Uprising': Review

Steven S. DeKnight takes on a new battle for the planet in this action sequel

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'Ready Player One': Review

Steven Spielberg looks back to the future in his YA gamer dystopia.

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'Tomb Raider': Review

Alicia Vikander takes on all-comers, including a plot which consistently threatens to capsize her efforts

All i wish

'All I Wish': Review

The seemingly ageless Sharon Stone props up this old-fashioned debut from Susan Walter

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'1985': Review

A sober black-and-white look at being gay in conservative Texas in the titular timeframe


'Gringo': Review

David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron and Joel Edgerton star in this dark Mexican kidnap comedy

A wrinkle in time

'A Wrinkle In Time': Review

Ava DuVernay refreshes Disney’s live-action, family-film canon with a rousing fantasy adventure


'Retablo': Berlin Review

Accomplished first feature from Peru


'Mary Magdalene': Review

Rooney Mara plays a rehabilitated Mary Magdalene opposite Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus.

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'Museum': Berlin Review

Alonso Ruizpalacios strikes out with this wry comedy-drama from Mexico starring Gael Garcia Bernal


'Unsane': Berlin Review

Claire Foy headlines a tricksy thriller shot by Stephen Soderbergh on an iPhone7

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'Fake Tattoos': Berlin Review

Dir/scr: Pascal Plante. Canada. 2017. 87min

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'Annihilation': Review

Alex Garland and Natalie Portman unite to deliver thrilling sci-fi, in a film which will screen on Netflix outside the US