Our final roundup from some of the other films at EIFF 2019.
Dismal artistic biopic is a limp finale to a great festival.
Lengthy but surface-level tale of a quintessential rise-and-fall fable.
Earnest performances help avoid predictability in topical comedy.
Undemanding teen wrong-com with great soundtrack.
Lengthy, but heartfelt melodrama is an underappreciated Golden Age classic.
A coming-of-age narrative for new generations
A little gem of a film that’s sad, a tad sentimental but never maudlin
Epic tale of artistic triumph satisfies without stimulating.
A killer dress causes havoc in the best horror satire on consumerism since Dawn of the Dead.
Aesthetically constructed documentary offers less than the full story
Charming comedy-drama deserves the support the title requests.
Rote disaster tropes saved by efficient execution and compelling dramatised reality.
Engaging and darkly comedic time travel thriller that still entertains.
The LGBTQI cult classic musical gets a fabulous Blu-ray treatment
A solid package of a lesser film from a legendary 80s director.
An impressively quiet, but ultimately awkward look at rock-n-roll gone too far.
Jane Fonda’s Vietnam veteran passion project is still moving 40 years on.
A disappointing addition to the world of trash horror.
Biffy Clyro can’t save one of the worst films of the year.
Exploitation rarities from nightmare USA
Child’s Play promises the most fun since the 80s slasher.
Glorious song’n’ dance musical from Fred and Ginger
Classic Hollywood period drama of romance and betrayal
A-list cast can’t help The Kid join the Western’s current renaissance.