Winter Sleep asks for its audience patience, and in return delivers a mature and elegant state-of-the-nation address in the guise of a riveting drama.
Whiplash is an exciting but dubious look at one man's pursuit of artistic perfection, regardless of the cost.
The story of Turing deserves an extraordinary film, what it got was a very mechanical one with an extraordinary lead.
The Drop is simply an ordinary film slightly elevated by good performances. Worth a watch but perhaps when it come to TV.
Standby is unashamedly broad and warm and with the right marketing could play very well across the world.
What Third Person adds up to is a clumsily orchestrated exercise in emotional masturbation.
Out Of Here is a powerful and relevant tale of Dublin and Dubliners here and now, and a strong debt for writer/director Donal Foreman.
An ordinary man goes up against the world in the intelligent, engaging and exceedingly well-executed Leviathan.
Interstellar's technical achievements and thematic reach help it overcome excessive, shaky plotting.