Highly reverential, yet admirably modern in its execution, Far From the Madding Crowd is a worthy, engaging breath of new life into Hardy’s iconic text.
Carol Morley's sophomore feature is a heady and eerie tale of burgeoning sexuality and the effects of institutionalization.
Perhaps more funny peculiar than funny ha-ha, Roy Andersson caps his existential comedy trilogy in his trademark style. Newcomers enter at their own risk.
The Avengers return in an exhilarating action spectacular that proves that keeping the band together is just not as much fun as getting them together.
Glassland is an emotionally-riveting example of modern Irish film, with outstanding performances and skillful direction bringing a tale of downtrodden souls to life.
The Salvation can't save itself from its rote characters and plotting, leaving Mads Mikkelsen to do the heavy lifting.
Child 44 captures the terror of the Stalinist era with a strong performance from Hardy, but lacks authenticity.
A Little Chaos is so well pruned and trimmed that there's nothing to snag you or leave a mark. It's soufflé-light.
With revealing interviews, unprecedented access to all things Cobain and genuine interest in its tormented subject, Montage of Heck will leave fans and casual listeners alike in Nirvana.
Lost River shows that Ryan Gosling's talents don't extend to screenwriting, with a limp story swamping keen actors and a cool look.