Will Smith tries to win back some leading man cred with Focus, a slick but wholly unsubstantial caper flick.
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel lives up to its title; it lacks the undiluted warmth of the original, but still works regardless.
Blackhat looks the part, but Michael Mann's talent for intelligent thrills appear to have gone off the grid.
Project Almanac fails to make the most of its premise, and thus commits the crime of making time travel appear dull.
Sweet, if relatively unchallenging, Love Is Strange is defined by the charm of two wonderful performances from Alfred Molina and John Lithgow.
For a film whose box-office domination was already guaranteed, Fifty Shades of Grey tries to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, with glimmers of success.
With The Duke of Burgundy, Peter Strickland delivers a dazzling and elegant piece of erotica that credits its audience with intelligence and patience. In every sense, a film for grown-ups.
With a towering performance by David Oyelowo at its heart, Ava DuVernay's Selma is a riveting and thought-provoking portrait of the battle for civil rights in the American Deep South of the 1960s.
While trying to please too many audiences at once, Kingsman: The Secret Service forgets to make its own mark, rendering it fun but unremarkable.
A powerful, hard-hitting and emotional ride of a film, superbly framed and exquisitely performed, this is worth every cent of the admission price.