Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor are paired in this romantic drama which surprisingly became a critical and commercial hit.
With a grueling central performance and a difficult subject matter, Our Children is not to be underestimated, but nonetheless deserves attention.
Episode six is slow-moving, but it brings us some visually stunning CGI and one amazingly poignant speech from Littlefinger…
A Troll Hunter-like start is fine but as soon as the first occurrence begins The Bigfoot Tapes goes downhill fast becoming foreseeable and not especially enjoyable.
Detective Alex Cross is back in the reboot of the popular James Patterson books, directed by Rob Cohen and starring Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox.
In the House is a dark French comedy based on a play by Juan Mayorga about a teacher drawn to a student’s voyeuristic writings, directed by Francois Ozon.
The talented Brit Marling shows her potential in Sound of My Voice, a thrilling story of time-travel and cult infiltration.
Not exactly horror, The Lords of Salem appears to be an artistic statement without the punch; there is occasional fun but very little actual atmosphere.
Marriage is revealed as the most dangerous political tool in the land in this week’s episode – and a dead man is brought back to life…
Alain Corneau’s psychologoical drama Love Crime is well acted but lags in excitement in parts.
Remake of the classic shocker, Evil Dead 2013 sees peeps in a cabin where bad stuff happens. Very. Bad. Stuff.
Oliver Stone adapts the crime-thriller book Savages, with Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Blake Lively heading an all-star cast.
Revengers assemble: Robert Downey Jr stars in Iron Man 3 – and this time Stark is out for revenge against the Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley.
I Wish is an endearing tale of two brothers in Japan wishing to be a complete family again after the separation of their parents.
Reincarnated is an interesting and entertaining but slightly sycophantic look at Snoop Dogg’s transformation into Snoop Lion.