A chilling film about the ‘Bodies in the Barrels’ murders in Australia favours realism over sensation.
Despite the best efforts of both star and director, The Rum Diary does little justice to Hunter S Thompson’s prose.
In her latest feature, Miranda July barely strays from the staples of indie flicks: quirky sets, handheld cameras and off-beat music.
With his new thriller, The Ides of March, George Clooney shows Democrats can be personally flawed, too - just like his film.
Lynne Ramsay's film adaptation of We Need to Talk About Kevin manages to make a school shooting look tedious.
Must-reads from the past week
Middle-class charity shop volunteer finds unlikely companion in gruff estate-dweller. How corny can a film get?
Kevin Smith’s darkly humorous horror film is spoiled by tacking on a hamfisted message about American politics.
It may be a hackneyed promo for mixed martial arts, but Gavin O’Connor’s film still moves you in the end.
Combining a cool, kitsch soundtrack, extreme violence and a tooth pick, Drive is a brilliant, profound play upon the action movie.
Cary Fukunaga’s new adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic is beautifully shot and acted, but a bit pointless.