A socialism-championing documentary comparing the measures that helped the British economy rise from a postwar slump to the less-than-ideal situation it faces in the present day.
Side Effects is an efficient little thriller, and a fine (alleged) cinematic swansong for director Steven Soderbergh.
A Kansas magician finds himself in the land of Oz. He ponders goodness and greatness and is chased by flying baboons.
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters is as dumb, shoddy and unnecessary as its title suggests.
With sexual menace and death lurking in every reel, Stoker is a deliciously dark tale of obsession.
Song For Marion is a shockingly manipulative weepy, to the point that its cheesiness feels cynical.
Cloud Atlas' meditation on human connection is too ambitious to be ignored, but too flawed to be warmed to.
A compelling look at the morally murky world of French politics, circa 1988, and specifically, the events that led to the country's troops killing 19 Kanak separatists in New Caledonia.
A Liar's Autobiography is enjoyable, but one can't help but feel some details are being held back.
An intensely cerebral and visually distinctive horror film, which unsurprisingly is the work of David Cronenberg's son.
Zombie and girl meet. Stuff happens. The movie ends, mercifully.
Wreck-It Ralph is Disney's attempt to cash in on all your childhoods! Thankfully, it ain't half bad. Flashy animation, with a heavy side of pandering.