The workers of a nuclear power plant find the risks and tensions of the work place spill over into how they live their lives.
The true story of Divine is brought to the screen in all its gaudy glory, albeit via a rote documentary which can't match its subject's style or energy.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes steadily builds on its predecessor with better effects and a (marginally) better script, albeit still denying the human characters room to breathe.
Peter Greenaway is his usual provocative self in Goltzius and the Pelican Company, to the point that he has little new to say.
Despite a great cast, the soapy scenes and forced clichés of Boyhood deny it the American classic status for which it so blatantly yearns.
Gorgeous to behold but thematically frustrating and confused, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is worthy entertainment, but little more.
3 Days to Kill is worth a watch. If you are a fan of your action films you will enjoy it and if you like something a bit deeper you will get that too.
Juliette Binoche is marvellous (as always) in Bruno Dumont's downtrodden-but-deft portrait of the newly-committed Camille Claudel.
A heartwarming and honest tale, The Fault In Our Stars excels with fine performances from leads Elgort and Woodley.
There are not many films that I go to where I sit thinking, “This is just a bit too weird even for me.” Love Eternal tells the story of a young man who due to past circumstances has what people would say is a fascin...