Amy Butterworth shares some of the very best Studio Ghibli productions now available on Netflix.
Bridie Adams finds the latest in the To All the Boys series to be a worthy continuation of the story but unable to live up to its predecessor
Will Thornton looks over an assortment of TV endings and argues for the importance of the final episode.
Max Shepherd reviews the Safdie Brothers’ intense gambling thriller.
Anna Romanovski discusses the issues of Gwyneth Paltrow’s new documentary and the dangers of ‘pseudoscience’ documentaries on Netflix.
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.