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
So unfunny it must have been written by the CIA, the comedy about a TV interviewer and his producer heading off to North Korea to interview Kim Jong-un
Review of the film adaptation of Alan Bennett's play about boys being crammed for Oxford and Cambridge. The language is what you'd expect from Bennett, the tub-thumping less so
A review of Serge Le Péron and Saïd Smihi's film that tries to shed light on the disappearnace and death of the Moroccan revolutionary Ben Barka in 1965.
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
A religiously devout 14-year-old girl advances on her own way of sorrows in this powerful, austere German drama examining the religious mindset in a secular world
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.