Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review – a search for justice writ large

Frances McDormand excels as a mother taunting the police to uncover the truth about her daughter’s death Life and death, heaven and hell, damnation and redemption collide in this blisteringly foul-mouthed, yet surprisingly tender, tragicomedy from British-Irish writer-director Martin McDonagh. Lacing a western-tinged tale of outlaw justice with Jacobean themes of rape, murder and revenge, McDonagh’s second American-set feature finds a grieving mother naming and shaming the lawmen who have...

Lizzie review – juicy role for Chloe Sevigny in gruesome lesbian axe-murder yarn

Sevigny shines in plum role as Lizzie Borden of ‘forty whacks’ notoriety, posited here as triggered by thwarted romance with Irish maidservant...

Jordan Peterson: ‘The pursuit of happiness is a pointless goal’

Life is tragic, says the provocative Jordan Peterson, and we are all capable of turning into monsters. But this hasn’t stopped millions from watching...

Iceland through the windscreen: lord of the ring road

A driving holiday around Iceland’s Golden Circle and south coast gives a widescreen view of its cinematic landscape We’ve only been on the road for...

Our New President review – fake news buffet slyly links Trump with Putin

An audaciously assembled film , made up entirely of Russian state news clips and user-generated videos, is a fascinating and necessary curio Russian-...

‘RBG’: How Betsy West & Julie Cohen Gained Access Into The Life Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – Sundance Studio

RBG documentarians Betsy West and Julie Cohen had both interviewed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in the past, but it was when Ginsberg’s name was...