Review of writer/director David Jacobson's drama starring Ed Norton as a delusional cowboy in modern day San Fernando, striking up a relationship with a girl half his age
Low on budget, high on concept, a sci-fi movie about three young people kidnapped by aliens that has the balls to invoke Close Encounters, The Matrix and Vincenzo Natali's Cube
A crazy mess of a sci-fi fantasy movie from Bong Joon Ho set on board a 1,001-carriage train in a frozen post-apocalyptic world that contains society in microcosm
Murky of look, muddy of character, badly acted, thinly motivated and sparkle-free, Christopher Nolan's film about two warring magicians lacks magic. Oh irony.
Review of the 007 reboot starring Daniel Craig, Mads Mikkelsen, Eva Green, Judi Dench, the first of the Bonds to star Daniel Craig, who shuts up his critics within seconds of appearing
Review of the film starring Robin Williams, about a gay late-night DJ who starts to get phone calls from a 14-year-old boy who's been sexually abused since the age of 8
Review of Denis Villeneuve's psychological thriller Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a professor who sees his doppelganger in a film and becomes obsessed.
Review of Denis Dercourt's deliciously icy thriller starring Déborah François as the page turner and Catherine Frot as the concert pianist whose life she has in her hands
Review of flavoursome if unevenly acted Dead Man's Cards, the Liverpool-set gangster thriller set in a seedy club and starring Paul Barber and James McMartin as a pair of bouncers.
A movie for every day of the year – a good one. 30 August. 11.6, the French heist thriller with a difference starring François Cluzet, directed by Philippe Godeau