If there was a comedy version of Gone Girl, this would be it. A tense, oddly comical and frequently deranged story in which an average suburban single mother attempts to unravel the mysterious disappearance of her supposed best friend.
The penultimate film to the Avengers saga is an ambitious and exhilarating chapter, with an ensemble cast that will make you both laugh and weep.
While skeptical at first, this Lifetime film makes a good attempt at reliving the whirlwind romance between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
A wonderfully engaging and riveting legal whodunit that packs a punch with its all-star cast and remains one of the most quotable films.
A riveting and dramatic insight into Winston Churchill's remarkable time as Prime Minister during WWII.
While it definitely falls short to its predecessor, it's still a hilarious and entertaining family film with a strong cast.
Spectacular songs and choreography, however, the story line falls flat, reverting back to a stock standard rag-to-riches trope that fails to surprise or express imagination, in ironic contrast to lyrics being sung by the characters.
Marvel does it again, with a superbly written and beautifully told story that had the right balance of action and emotional moments. It's a triumph for the African/African-American community and marks a step forward for the film industry as a whole.
An underrated film about an unconventional love story, set in the harsh yet beautiful backdrop of the Yorkshire countryside.
A well-written, well-executed biopic of the infamous US ice skater Tonya Harding, following all her trials and tribulations.