The type of movie that Mark Kermode often describes as ‘issuetainment,’ Promised Land is an engaging tale that's let down by its disingenuous ending.
An occasionally contrived, though refreshingly ambitious crime movie set in Derry.
The Place Beyond The Pines wants to be an epic on a small scale. Instead, it's an interesting character study suffering from excessive length and contrivances.
A rare beast: a remake that's both good and respectful of the original. There will be blood.
An uneven but promising feature debut about a middle-aged farmer whose unremarkable everyday life begins to fall apart.
Between gorgeous camerawork and a convoluted narrative, Trance is interesting but hardly hypnotic.
Essential viewing for anyone with an interest in documentary film, it's not a stretch to suggest that West of Memphis is, in many ways, akin to a real-life version of The Shawshank Redemption.
Destined to be one of the year's most divisive movies, Post Tenebras Lux beguiles and confounds in equal measure
An uncomfortable and miserable true story account of both the depravity and stupidity of the human race.
The remake of Maniac improves on the scuzzy original with flair and smarts.
A fascinating and heartfelt eulogy for one of the most important places in modern American rock history.
Jason Statham contemplates punching people and Jennifer Lopez-... well, she's in it too.