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.
Joaquin Phoenix stars in this new drama directed by Spike Jonze.
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
Pop, rock and punk collide in what looks to be a thoroughly entertaining romp through New York’s fledging music scene
Tom Cruise stars in Oblivion, a sci-fi adventure about the aftermath of Earth following a war against aliens.
Whilst featuring an amazing cast ensemble and a fascinating story of despair & triumph, The Butler lacks appeal and fails to hook us into the story.
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.