Life’s plot forces a comparison to Ridley Scott’s Alien so here goes: Alien is brutal and unflinching in its exploration of what a human body and mind will do to survive in a way that Life simply can't manage.
It may be about a tale as old as time, but the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast is certainly not one for the ages.
God knows where to start with 'Elle'. It's either the most heinous film or an intelligent exploration of rape, women and victimhood. It could go either way.
With the Oscars finally out of the way (congrats to Moonlight) it's time to go back to normal life. Here's all the good film stuff you can enjoy in March!
The White King follows 12-year-old Djata (Lorenzo Allchurch), who is forced to deal with the fallout of his father’s imprisonment in a totalitarian state.
Toni Erdmann is a hysterically funny film that proves how sometimes it just takes your dad in a bad wig and false teeth to reveal how life is passing you by.
Antonio Campos’s 'Christine' sensitively traces the last few days of real-life journalist Christine Chubbuck, who killed herself on live television in 1974.
Manchester By The Sea is a stunning, mournful film about a man's struggle between honouring his brother's wishes and protecting himself from his awful past.
A Monster Calls is a moving film that subverts the concept of fairy tales and paints a fascinating portrait of a young boy dealing with loss as best he can.
The Star Wars franchise has expanded like Stretch Armstrong at the hands of a particularly troubled child with the first anthology movie, Rogue One.