Another week, another mystifying Hollywood remake - this time out, former maverick Spike Lee has a go at Chan-wook Park's brilliantly dark revenge drama, Old Boy
This bittersweet documentary tells the story of how life imitated art after the success of Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová's low-key indie flick Once.
The world will always welcome lovers.
Daniel Radcliffe breaks the rules in a venerable old academic institution? No, it's not Harry Potter, but rather the young actor playing the Beat poet Allen Ginsberg as he tries out love and drugs in dangerous company in 1943.
It's winter wonderful! The latest animated film from Disney is everything you've come to love and expect from the film company and more.
If you are looking for a festive family movie, Black Nativity, despite its rather disjointed narrative, fits the bill.
There is a lot more to Saving Mr Banks than a singing nanny with a flying umbrella. When you read between the lines, this movie bookmarks pages of darkness and heartache in a story that has been longing to be told.
Chloë Grace Moretz is excellent in this "re-imagining" of Brian De Palma's 1976 film of Stephen King's book but the 21st century Carrie lacks the sheer otherworldly weirdness of the original.
This documentary is a sea shanty without words but it is also ravishing visual art, as life on board a fishing trawler is revealed in all its hardships.
The Family is more a comedy of errors than laugh-out-loud funny..
This moving account of the events of Novmber 1963 in Dallas ignores the conspiracy traps and takes a look at the ordinary people on an extraordinary day.
This captivating film tells the story of the summer of 2008 when 11 climbers, including Limerick-man, Ger McDonnell, lost their lives in their attempt to climb K2 in the Himalayas.
Shot in deliberately amateur black-and-white and set in the early 1980s, Computer Chess is pointing balefully to the future, with subtle warnings about the power of computers, mediated through a cast of geeks. It's brilliant.
Abdellatif Kechiche's adaptation of Julie Maroh's graphic novel is blessed by two lead actresses whose performances are truly astonishing.
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