Finally, a modern movie-musical that doesn’t mock itself.
Silence has its flaws, but it speaks to Scorsese’s greatness.
The calls to slap trigger warnings on Eddie Murphy's old stand-up special are insulting to gay people.
BAFTA's diversity guidelines undermine the transcendent power of film.
Jim Jarmusch’s Gimme Danger is a powerful tribute to the Stooges.
Must-reads from the past week
Cohen wasn’t the godfather of gloom; his music lifts you up.
Being on the spectrum does not automatically excuse criminal behaviour.
On Joanne, Gaga feels more pointless than ever.
Louis Theroux’s zany big-screen outing is a return form.
Wicked’s success invites cynicism – it deserves admiration.