A shipwreck love story, By the Bluest of Seas will probably be enjoyed most by those who are semi-obsessive Soviet film completists.
Ann Hui continues her work on reflective social issues with A Simple Life, a heart wrenching and beautifully told story of role reversal in Hong Kong.
Outskirts is very much a product of its time, and should be seen more as an interesting piece of history than as an entertaining film to lose yourself in.
★★★★★ What a glorious feeling! Singin’ in the Rain, the 1952 musical starring Gene Kelly, is one not to be missed.
A grieving couple decide to foster a child after being told they cannot conceive in Jonathan Newman’s Foster.
★★✰✰✰ Six years after escaping Guantanamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar cause havoc at Christmas in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.
★★★★✰ Jo Nesbo’s Headhunters is a smart, slick Norwegian-German production. Nickolaj Coster-Waldau stars in this European thriller.
A friendly Saint Bernard is bitten by a rabid bat and soon poses a threat to the small community he lives near in Stephen King’s Cujo…
★★★★★ Russell Crowe stars in Ridley Scott’s Roman epic Gladiator, setting the standard for blockbusters in the 21st century.
★★★✰✰ Keira Knightley and Steve Carell star in Lorene Scafaria’s apocalyptic Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.
Ben Affleck’s Argo is an excitingly tense thrill ride with some wonderfully surprising humor thrown in for good measure.
★★★★★ Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bill Murray and Bruce Willis star in Wes Anderson’s 2012 movie Moonrise Kingdom.
★★★✰✰ Woody Allen writes, directs and stars in To Rome With Love. Penélope Cruz and Jesse Eisenberg co-star.
★★★★✰ Set in the opulence of the 18th century Danish Court, A Royal Affair is a tale of passion, politics and corruption at the highest level.
The stage version of the Singin’ in the Rain was first brought to London in 1983 – we review the latest version of the show here!