An efficient, if unremarkable, spy thriller based on the novel by John le Carre
Tina Fey is likeable as ever but is at the centre of a ineffective comedy that feels tonally muddled
Richard Linklater delivers a fun, loveable spiritual successor to Dazed and Confused with this tale of college-set celebration
Meryl Streep is once again brilliant, as is Hugh Grant, in this endearing tale of musical self delusion
Jake Gyllenhaal is fantastic in this dramedy that takes a unique view at how people handle grief in different ways
Terrific performances feature in this powerful, cathartic family drama
Natalie Portman is easily the best thing in this messy, po-faced Western
Don Cheadle stars in his directorial debut, an anti biopic about jazz legend Miles Davis
Dystopian sci-fi drama, campy horror melodrama and dubious business practices all feature in our third EIFF review report!
Pixar! Weird fan fiction! Our review coverage continues of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016!
The first review report from this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival!
This is a guest review by regular contributor Maria Rachel. Dystopian expression has always been a reaction to what an author, or artist finds troubling