The best films out now
An Oscar-nominated drama and a stirring feminist biopic: the best films in cinemas this weekend
Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer star in the stirring true story of Supreme Court Associate Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
See this to: Celebrate Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a real life female trailblazer, and support female filmmakers.Read more ...
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki's Oscar-nominated film shows the world the arduous realities of poverty and human trafficking.
See this to: Learn about an all-too-real state of injustice in an Oscar-nominated Foreign Language film.Read more ...
Rosamund Pike helps bring the story of Marie Colvin, the famed Sunday Times journalist who reported in Syria, to the big screen.
See this for: A career-best turn from Pike, in an immersive portrait of a woman who helped shape history.
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins adapts the James Baldwin novel If Beale Street Could Talk – a story of loyalty and lasting love.
See this to: Discover or rediscover the tender words of James Baldwin, told by the director of a heart-wrenching Best Picture winner.
Based on a short story by Haruki Murakami, Burning wooed critics at Cannes last year and offers a mysterious thriller for the ages.
See this to: see The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun like never before, and witness an engrossing love triangle
The Diary of a Teenage Girl director Marielle Heller teams up with Melissa McCarthy. Lee Israel takes centre stage in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
See this to: Learn the incredible true story of writer Lee Israel, and see the terrific friendship between Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant
Boy Erased sees Jared (Lucas Hedges) forced into conversion therapy by his conservative mother (Nicole Kidman) and Baptist preacher father (Russell Crowe).
See this for: A mature performance from Lucas Hedges and moving support from Nicole Kidman.
After two hit films, How to Train Your Dragon returns to complete the trilogy with The Hidden World this half-term.
See this for: An emotional and dazzling ending with visual wonders for the whole family
In The Lego Movie 2 the world is turned into a desert wasteland, and Emmett (Chris Pratt) has to save Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) from the dreaded Systar System.
See this with: Nephews, nieces, daughters and sons – take all the kids this half term.Read more ...
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