A documentary on Bobby Sands, a Jean Dujardin-starring French rom-com, and the re-release of a punk classic
By the final reel, the Suicide Squad members are behaving little differently than any other super-heroes. This surely defeats the entire point of the movie.
Geoffrey Macnab speaks to film historian Joseph McBride ahead of the re-release of Fedora
A disintegrating marriage, one of the literary world's strangest stories, and a Kubrick classic restored
Steven Spielberg's take on the Roald Dahl classic, plus masculine competition from Rachel Tsangari and the life of Chet Baker
It's bleak times for any movie without a forgetful fish or someone dressed in spandex, writes Geoffrey Macnab
On the enduring legacy of Gene Roddenberry's classic television creation - set to boldly go where no man has gone before
The actor recalls working with the famously reclusive director on the 1975 movie
Dir: Nicolas Winding Refn, 117 mins, starring: Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Keanu Reeves, Christina Hendricks, Abbey Lee, Bella Heathcote
Dir: Gillies MacKinnon, 98 mins, starring: Gregor Fisher, Eddie Izzard, Naomi Battrick
'It certainly makes better use of its armies of celebrities than was managed in Zoolander 2'
Featuring films by directors Alex Ross Perry, Pete Middleton and James Spinney, and Florian Gallenberger
For all the ingenuity and pathos of individual scenes, the storytelling soon tails off
'This is a whimsical, enjoyable but very slight drama which recreates the famous meeting between Elvis and Nixon in 1970'
Dir: Jason Connery, 117 mins, starring: Peter Mullan, Jack Lowden, Ophelia Lovibond and Sam Neill
Geoffrey Macnab assesses new releases Where You’re Meant To Be, Long Way North and The Violators