An ensemble of Screen writers pitch in with their favourite films of the 2010s.
Sofia Fahrion is disappointed by David Michôd’s Shakespeare adaptation for Netflix.
Max Ingleby is amused by Eddie Murphy’s take on Rudy Ray Moore despite otherwise predictable execution.
Henry Jordan is compelled in all the wrong ways by Babak Anvari’s sophomore horror feature.
Tabby Burnett doesn’t find much frightening in Netflix’s adaptation of Stephen King.
Max Ingleby finds Tell Me Who I Am to be a powerful documentary even if its existence raises some troubling questions.
Catherine Lloyd and Olivia Garrett debate the pros and cons of binge watching.
Bridie Adams appreciates Eli’s adoption of classic horror tropes but ultimately finds it a confusing watch.
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes is won over by Noah Baumbach’s relationship parable.
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes has nothing but praise for Martin Scorsese’s latest crime epic.