A strong final act is not enough to save Artificial Paradises from its convoluted story or gaudy aesthetic, leaving a seemingly empty film in its wake.
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A masturbatory celebration of muscles and drugs which might be hypnotic at times but the tone is as messed up as the central onscreen trio.
Lightweight, funny, and farcical, The Holy Man deals with bigger themes than you might expect.
Summertime feel-good movie The Way, Way Back, starring Steve Carell, is a coming-of-age comedy with perfect retro styling.
Charulata is a beautiful, melodramatic tale of love and loneliness.
Aftershock is your archetypal Eli Roth film, turning a real-life Chilean natural disaster into a full-on gorefest
You’re Next is a smart, well-made, brutal night of gruesome enjoyment.
It may be great to look at, but Something in the Air is self-absorbed, replete with characters not worth watching, and is ignorant of its own context.
Dragon is a refreshing mix of classic and modern story telling, with a strong cast and fight scenes to match any other, it delivers a powerful experience
A Hijacking a serious but truly nail-biting watch which will have you gripped from start to finish
Tom Cruise stars in Oblivion, a sci-fi adventure about the aftermath of Earth following a war against aliens.
Kevin Spacey stars in Inseparable, a surreal and completely bizarre Chinese dramedy that will have you hooked.
The Wolverine sees Hugh Jackman return meaner and moodier – but is it any better?
It might be the weakest in the National Lampoon series but European Vacation still has some quite funny moments.
Pi is a bizarre, surprisingly brutal early treat from the now-celebrated director Darren Aronofsky.