Wild Tales is an absolute riot, up until it isn't. But when this dark comedy works, it really works.
All the elements are in place, but Cinderella is an old tale in a new dress and slippers, with little that's new or fresh.
As the swansong of Studio Ghibli, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya justifies its narrative length with a touching story and truly dazzling artistry.
Kajaki is a worthy, gritty retelling of true events, and a fine feature debut for director Paul Katis.
Try as the cast might, A Second Chance is inescapably soapy, burying its moral considerations in outlandish plot twists and melancholy.
Home will keep the little'uns engaged, but it's too familiar and safe to linger in the memory.
Senn Penn tries to pull a Neeson with The Gunman, but lightning doesn't quite strike twice for Taken director Pierre Morel.
Mommy is a skilled, stylish and often-heartbreaking depiction of the love of family through thick and thin.
Unflinching and heartfelt, the humanitarian efforts of Christina Noble are put in perspective with In A House That Ceased To Be, one of the finest Irish documentaries this year.