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The Best Films Out Now

The Best Films Out Now

theartsdesk recommends the top movies of the moment

There are films to meet every taste in theartsdesk's guide to the best movies currently on release. In our considered opinion, any of the titles below is well worth your attention.

Arctic ★★★★ Mads Mikkelsen on peerless form as a deep-frozen plane crash survivor

Avengers: Endgame ★★★★★ Marvel save the biggest and best for last

Beats ★★★★ Scottish comedy-drama comes with a social theme and a spellbinding techno set-piece

Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story ★★★★ The inspiring saga of an artist hidden behind Sidebottom's mask

Birds of Passage ★★★★ Mesmerising Colombian family saga in the Seventies marijuana boom

Dirty God ★★★★ Acid survivor story is an important piece of filmmaking

Eating Animals ★★★★ The nastiness of the meat industry laid bare in compelling fashion

Freedom Fields ★★★★ Insightful documentary shows how women in Libya use football to break boundaries

Gloria Bell ★★★★ Julianne Moore brings a fresh perspective to remake of 'Gloria'

Happy as Lazzaro ★★★★ Subtle Italian storytelling blurs the boundary between reality and dream

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum ★★★★ Latest instalment of Keanu's hitman saga sustains a ferocious pace

Loro ★★★★ Toni Servillo brilliant again as Sorrentino’s singular Berlusconi

Madeline's Madeline ★★★★ American indie heralds an astonishing new star

Rolling Thunder Revue ★★★★★ Martin Scorsese reexamines Bob Dylan's legendary 1975 tour

Thunder Road ★★★★ A potent and poignant debut feature from writer/director/lead Jim Cummings

X-Men: Dark Phoenix ★★★★ A superior remake ends the X-Universe with a grand finale

Woman at War ★★★★ Timely comedy-drama about an eco-warrior with a difference

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