Some reviewers have called Thomas Clay's film "emotional rape". To which I say, get over yourselves, this is a gruesome examination of child-rearing gone very very wrong
Spectacularly good, the highs and lows of teenagers in love, as demonstrated by Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley – acting like they mean it – and director James Ponsoldt. Well done, all.
Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton star in a two-hander romcom, a boy meets girl/boy loses girl affair that's funny, sexy and hugely likeable thanks to the stars and Mark Hammer's script.
Sofia Coppola's biopic about the doomed Marie Antoinette stars Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman and is a languid, fairly drama free study of suffocating protocol
Bong Joon-ho's monster movie is one of the best of recent decades and shows you don't need a big budget to compete in this generally hi-tech world. Michael Bay take note
A cosy British comedy about the impending barmitzvah of a London Jewish kid, which just happens to fall on the same day as 1966's football World Cup Final
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
A disease of the weeker given a polish by its standout cast – Julianne Moore as the linguistics prof with Alzheimer's, Alec Baldwin as her husband, Kristen Stewart as her youngest daughter
Respectful, careful and clever updating of the 1992 musical, with Quvenzhané Wallis a button-bright little orphan Annie, and Jamie Foxx as her billionaire benefactor