On Cinema

In the desperate hunt for stories, adaptations are now all-dominant

It’s 30 years since Pulp Fiction hit cinemas, and what a time it was to be young

Movie length seems to have become a way for directors to tell us what serious people they are

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is heroically pointless

Alex Garland’s Civil War is filled with terror and horror

I recommend The Zone of Interest with the greatest caution: it’s not an easy watch

Dune: Part Two is in cinemas — and it’s more of the glorious same

We should be giving copies of this magazine away at every screening

“The Boys On The Boat” is wholesome but unconvincing

On Ridley Scott’s Napoleon and the challenge of biopics