The best films out now
The greatest animation of the year and an exciting new physical talent – from Toy Story to Mari, here's what to watch now in cinemas
Georgia Parris' assured debut feature blends contemporary dance and moving drama, with choreography from Punchdrunk.
See this for: A fusion of dance and cinema, reckoning with grief beautifully.Read more ...
Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and friends are back in Pixar's most soulful film in years – Toy Story 4 might be the sequel no one asked for, but it's also the best.
See this for: An emotional closing chapter of the greatest animated franchise of all time.
Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of new material, when plucky newcomer Molly Patel (Mindy Kaling) comes in to help her change the game.
See this for: Powerhouse performances and fashion choices from two intelligent women at the top of their game.Read more ...
As a middle aged woman in the prime of her life, Julianne Moore sparkles in Sebastián Lelio's remake.
See this for: A feel-good, sound-good portrait of an independent woman with a disco ball in her heart.Read more ...
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson team up for a new adventure in the Men in Black universe with reliable charisma.
See this for: Easygoing fun with a well-suited double act.Read more ...
Jim Cummings stakes his claim as a fresh tragi-comic auteur to watch with Thunder Road, telling the story of a Texan police officer on the brink of a breakdown.
See this for: An introduction to a fresh new male voice.
Octavia Spencer runs wild in Ma, a Blumhouse horror with much more bark than bite. Luke Evans, Diana Silvers and Alison Janney co-star.
See this for: A visceral popcorn-flick experience with a terrific performance from Octavia Spencer.
Actress Olivia Wilde (House, Drinking Buddies, Life Itself) has made her directorial debut with a fresh, fun comedy about two teenage girls who realise there's still more fun to be had – even as good girls.
See this for: a female spin on the unapologetically fun teen movie.
Elton John's fantasy comes to life with glorious musical pizzazz. Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden star.
See this if: You enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody, but fancy a few more sequins.
Guy Ritchie updates the 1992 Disney classic with Will Smith in tow, featuring plenty more songs and surprises.
See this for: a magical revisiting of a beloved tale.
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