The X-Men series meets its end but doesn't give the goodbye it promises.
Steve McQueen's unflinching third film never holds back upon one of humanity's greatest tragedies through the eyes of one who lived through the very worst.
Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender's second collaboration is harrowing, but always beautiful.
Steve McQueen's 2008 debut feature may not be easy, but remains essential.
Another year is complete, but not without having talked about the wonderful experiences we've had at the cinemas. Together with the not-so-wonderful films. But alas, this has been an extraordinary year for films for the highlights still managed to stick their landing inside of our minds – and the inevitable "what about such and such?" [...]
Often set up without consequence, with evidence of incompletion. (✯✯)
Hypnotic, if still somewhat alienating. (✯✯✯✯)
Too broad for its own good but nevertheless intriguing. (✯✯✯½)
Has too much trouble in deciding its own identity as an Alien film. (✯✯½)
Uses its background and aesthetic to utilize an activist voice for a political climate. (✯✯✯✯✯)