In spite of an output of fluctuating quality, there is still something inherently comforting in sitting through the opening credits of a new Woody Allen movie. Since Annie Hall (1977), that unmistakable white serif font (Windso...
A Nightingale Falling is a fine film, and a testament to what can be achieved on a small budget.
Nicole Kidman has to wake up and re-learn how miserable her life is every single day. Efficiently twisty but unremarkable.
With a winning cast, gorgeous food on hand and simple themes, The Hundred-Foot Journey offers a sumptuous fusion menu.
Brendan Gleeson tries to salvage the fate of a Newfoundland fishing village by mostly being a terrible person. Funny-ish.
Obvious Child deals with a contentious issue with care and laughs. It benefits from charismatic leading lady Jenny Slate, who guides the film over some patchy ground.
Based on Gayle Forman’s best-selling novel, If I Stay tells the story of Mia (Chloe Grace Mortez). She thought she had it all figured out after many years wondering what the future holds. She was going to music college an...
The first Sin City offered stylish violence and corrupted, creepy characters. A Dame To Kill For offers more of the same, and little else.
Powered by Johansson at the peak of her powers, Lucy veers between brilliant, brash and bonkers.
Daniel Radcliffe's continues his emergence from Potter's shadow with What If, an often charming but eventually predictable rom-com that aims for (500) Days Of Summer and falls short.