Woolly dialogue undermines a strong cast and intriguing plot in Sally Potter’s drab drama.
A host of star names can’t salvage this grim thriller-western from director Martin Koolhoven.
Álex de la Iglesia’s frisky, single-set survival thriller from Spain loses its steam after an impressive opening act.
A solid docu-homage to the strung-out German synth-proggers and occasional film soundtrackers.
Penélope Cruz stars in this frolicsome love letter to Spanish cinema’s golden age from director Fernando Trueba.
Pseudo-intellectual pontificating abounds in Sally Potter’s brisk middle class comedy.
Stanley Tucci returns behind the camera for this slight, satisfying chamber drama on the process of artistic creation.
A nimble-fingered movie biopic of the ace guitar picker who entertained the Nazis opens the 2017 Berlinale.
Cinema dictates that movie dinner dates are supposed to go bad. This Berlinale competition entry carries on that tradition.
The celebrity NSA whistleblower gets the hagiography he (possibly) deserves care of Oliver Stone.
How might President Barack Obama’s famous speech have looked had it been co-written by a certain James Franco?
ERH sweeps away the cobwebs from this early 2000s Eddie Murphy horror comedy, with the help of IMDb user reviews.
Remember this ’80s comedy that questioned whether the Civil Rights Movement was just a collective hallucination?
Remember when Pierce Brosnan completely lost his shit in this shouty parochial shoot ’em up?
A first-time flyer attempts to glean the plot of this cherished Tom Cruise vehicle from 30 years of pop culture collateral.
Remember this fantasy cult favourite in which good triumphs over evil with the help of a flying swastika?
Remember when Whoopi Goldberg experienced a rock’n’roll meltdown in this troubling action-comedy?
Remember when Hollywood tried to make Chesney Hawkes a bona fide movie star?
Remember when Mick Jagger and Emilio Estevez played time-hopping bounty hunters?
Ever fantasised about pulling off the perfect heist? Here’s everything cinema has taught us about the art of the steal.
Remember when Hollywood attempted to parlay the stage act of a blue comedian into a wannabe raunchy comedy?
Take an exclusive peak inside a top secret Hollywood dossier containing plotlines for future John McClane adventures.
Remember this culture-clash caper that told us America won the First World War?
A journey through the darker side of Star Wars trinkets and collectables.
Keva Rosenfeld’s highly personal high school reunion doc is a faded snapshot of a simpler time.
A 10-step guide on how best to create the perfect revenge-based B-movie...
Director Brett Ratner’s take on Zeus’ most ripped offspring is a bumbling, dizzy-headed chore.
Chris Evans’ welcome return to the superhero fold can't save this sequel from feeling like an awkward franchise mid-point.
Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla is one of the great blockbusters of modern times. Believe.
Familiarity trumps originality in this fun and very funny comic book sequel with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston.
Baffling, intoxicating, elegant, Shane Carruth's long-overdue follow-up to Primer is among the year's best.
Steve Coogan brings his sparkling character comedy to the tedious tale of a radio station siege.
The boys are back for some misc Tex-Mex high-jinx in order to get Zak Galifianakis to the nut hatch.
Ridley Scott directing. Cormac McCarthy writing. Michael Fassbender starring. What could possibly go wrong?
Tom Hanks and Halle Berry go all out to give the mad, multi-stranded sci-fi folly a bad name.
Far from being a lean and exciting action caper, The Bourne Legacy wastes far too much time trying to justify its own existence.