2017 has been a great year for films, but which of them came out on top for me?
Paddington 2 builds on - and possibly improves upon - the original, resulting in the sweetest film of the year.
James Franco presents the true story of the best-worst cult film ever created, with fairly good results.
A film that both critiques and relishes in the mythology of the saga. Unpredictable, fun, and possibly the best of new series?
Carol has one of the best endings of a modern romance film in recent memory. This essay investigates why.
A powerful and detailed social commentary on one of America's impoverished areas, told through the eyes of young kids.
Want a disturbing, engaging thriller, featuring a director at the top of his game? Try Yargos Lanthimos' The Killing of a Sacred Deer.