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Capital in the 21st Century

21 Sep 20204 stars

Thomas Piketty's seminal book is adapted for the screen with persuasive results

Based on the landmark 2013 book by French economist Thomas Piketty and featuring numerous contributions from the man himself, this accessible documentary asks us to open our eyes to the widening, odious inequality sweeping the globe. As the rich get…

Miss Juneteenth

21 Sep 20204 stars

Nicole Beharie shines in this sincere drama from debut director Channing Godfrey Peoples

'Ain't no American dream for black folks,' observes the boss of a former beauty queen, as he poo-poos her ambitions for the bar she runs for him. Made with notable sincerity, Miss Juneteenth is about refusing to surrender your desire for a different…

Enola Holmes

21 Sep 20204 stars

Sherlock's teenage sister takes centre stage in a delightful adventure, starring Millie Bobby Brown

Brimming with mischief and combining period loveliness and contemporary ideas, Enola Holmes is the kind of polished, whole-family-pleasing entertainment that we see too seldom. It brings to screen Nancy Springer's YA literary creation – the teenage…

Best films to stream this week: 16 Sep

16 Sep 2020

Our weekly guide to the best films available on home entertainment platforms

Here at The List we tend to look forward to what's on the horizon but, with entertainment options limited, knowing what to watch right now in the comfort of your home is still much needed. To help ride out these challenging times, we'll keep casting our…

Bill & Ted Face the Music

16 Sep 20203 stars

The dudes return for the long-awaited third instalment in the sci-fi comedy series

As the desire to bury our collective heads in the sand returns what could be more fitting than a feel-good blast from times past, with Bill S Preston Esquire and Ted 'Theodore' Logan returning to rock out and fulfil their elusive destiny. Dean Parisot…