North America reviews


Toy Story 4 Disney

'Toy Story 4': Review

A happy excuse to revisit Woody & Co

Men In Black International

'Men In Black: International': Review

Franchise reboot is a comedic black hole

Playmobil the Movie

'Playmobil - The Movie': Annecy Review

A manic, hit-and-miss affair

'Mike Wallace Is Here'

'Mike Wallace Is Here': Sheffield Review

Dynamic documentary about the life and career of influential American newsman Mike Wallace

'X-Men: Dark Phoenix'

'X-Men: Dark Phoenix': Review

The latest X-Men adventure proves to be a familiar, if rather more sombre, affair


'Ma': Review

Octavia Spencer is a lethal authority figure in the schlocky shocker ‘Ma’


'Pavarotti': Review

Ron Howard documents the life of the celebrated opera singer

Godzilla King Of The Monsters

'Godzilla King Of The Monsters': Review

The Monsterverse is back with a roar


'Domino': Review

Brian De Palma returns with this tale of a Copenhagen police officer seeking justice for his partner’s murder

'The Secret Life Of Pets 2'

'The Secret Life Of Pets 2': Review

The tale wags the dog in this sometimes sweet, sometimes overcrowded cartoon sequel.

'Ice On Fire'

'Ice On Fire': Cannes Review

Leonardo DiCaprio re-teams with The 11th Hour director Leila Conners for a look at how science might be able to save the planet

'Sick, Sick, Sick'

'Sick, Sick, Sick': Cannes Review

A bereft Brazilian teen turns to witchcraft to bring her boyfriend back to life


'Aladdin': Review

Will Smith takes centre stage in Guy Ritchie’s live-action remake of Disney’s classic animation

'Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood'

'Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood': Cannes Review

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film is funny, revisionist and unexpectedly warm-hearted

'Our Mothers'

'Our Mothers': Cannes Review

Sensitive exploration of the 1980s Guatemalan civil war through the recollections of the country’s women

a hidden life

'A Hidden Life': Cannes Review

Terrence Malick tells the story of an Austrian conscientious objector who martyrs himself for his beliefs

'The Lighthouse'

'The Lighthouse': Cannes Review

Robert Eggers follows up The Witch with a starkly-compelling Expressionist drama

Let It Be Law

'Let It Be Law': Cannes Review

This powerful documentary about Argentina’s abortion debate has global relevance

Port Authority

'Port Authority': Cannes Review

Two worlds collide in the New York kiki scene in Danielle Lessovitz’s feature debut

zombi child

'Zombi Child': Cannes Review

Bertrand Bonello’s latest is ’contemporary French cinema at its most conceptually ambitious’