Sanctuary: one of the most original and funny romantic comedies in years
The Great Wall: Monster flick is stunningly daft and surprisingly enjoyable
We round up the Baftas - will the Oscars follow suit later this month?
The experience of LGBT people of colour is a cinematic subject rarely explored, and in the current social climate of America, one that is deeply necessary this awards season.
T2 Trainspotting: Much anticipated sequel is heavy on nostalgia and humour
20th Century Women: Period piece’s timeless characters strike a chord
Live by Night: The world of organised crime set in the Prohibition Era
Assassin’s Creed: Shifts focus to all the boring bits from the games
Silence: Martin Scorcese’s latest will be wholly engaging for some
Rogue One: Expertly spun tale is a fine prequel to classic Star Wars lore