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In Cold Blood (1967)

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The Second Mother

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L’Eclisse (1962)

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The Diary of a Teenage Girl

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John Wick

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Keanu Reeves delivers his best performance in years in this slick redemption-based actioner.

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While We’re Young

By Adam Woodward

Generational drift and the scourge of hipsterism are examined in Noah Baumbach’s bittersweet comedy of manners.

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Blind

By David Jenkins

The writing process comes to life in Eskil Vogt’s unsentimental exploration into a woman who loses her eyesight.

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The Voices

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Talking household pets are the source of a murderous rampage in Marjane Satrapi’s wicked, comic-tinged slasher movie.

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Mommy

By David Ehrlich

Xavier Dolan comes of age with this ecstatic, aspect ratio-bothering melodrama concerning a strained mother-son relationship.

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The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

By Anton Bitel

Studio Ghibli does it again with this vibrant, bittersweet adaptation of a classic Japanese folk tale.

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Dreamcatcher

By David Jenkins

A sex-worker turned feminist-force-of-nature is Kim Longinotto’s guide to Chicago in her characteristically great documentary.

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Appropriate Behaviour

By David Ehrlich

Desiree Akhavan’s feature debut as a writer/director/star is an original and charismatically honest New York comedy.

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It Follows

By Anton Bitel

A petrifying and refreshingly original horror movie from American name-to-watch, David Robert Mitchell.

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The Duke of Burgundy

By Katherine McLaughlin

Director Peter Strickland’s sumptuous, all-female S&M fable is his greatest film to date.

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Selma

By David Jenkins

“Selma Now!” Ava DuVernay’s vital civil rights drama is the film Martin Luther King deserved.

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Inherent Vice

By David Jenkins

Paul Thomas Anderson charts the end of the hippy dream in this blissful gumshoe chimera.

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Whiplash

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Shake, rattle and brawl. A student drummer faces off with his psycho teacher in Damien Chazelle’s pulsating drama.

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The Last of the Unjust

By Jordan Cronk

Claude Lanzmann’s devastating appendix to his epochal Holocaust documentary, Shoah, is a vital piece of cinema.

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Birdman

By Adam Woodward

Michael Keaton soars in director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s triumphant return to form.

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

By David Jenkins

The pod bay doors are open once more for this re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s space opera to end all space operas.

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Paddington

By Adam Woodward

This one-for-the-ages family movie based on the books by Michael Bond is a full-blown Christmas triumph.

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Could this satire on the power of propaganda be the greatest third part to a film franchise ever?

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The Possibilities Are Endless

By David Jenkins

Edwyn Collins is the subject of this superb, affirmative documentary about regaining your musical marbles following a major health scare.

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Interstellar

By David Ehrlich

Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic is his most ambitious film yet, if not necessarily his best.

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Mr Turner

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Timothy Spall grunts his way to glory in Mike Leigh’s elegantly composed portrait of JMW Turner.

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CITIZENFOUR

By David Jenkins

Laura Poitras’ real-life spy thriller shows how and why Edward Snowden stepped up to blow the whistle on government spying.

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Horns

By David Ehrlich

Daniel Radcliffe summons his dark side in this darkly comic fantasy horror.

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Gone Girl

By David Jenkins

David Fincher’s trash procedural for the Twitter age taunts, tickles and, ultimately, terrifies.

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Maps to the Stars

By Violet Lucca

David Cronenberg indulges in a grotesque inter-family orgy on the golden sidewalks of Hollywood.

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Ida

By Glenn Heath Jr

A bracing and powerful drama about cultural roots and the nature of identity from director Pawel Pawlikowski.

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The Boxtrolls

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

A delightful, comic animation with sophisticated social themes from the makers of ParaNorman and Coraline.

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Pride

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Stranger-than-fiction events power this affirmative, funny and well-cast social drama about solidarity.

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M (1931)

By David Jenkins

This tale of a wily German child murderer from legendary director Fritz Lang is still one of the all-time greats.

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Night Moves

By David Jenkins

Kelly Reichardt returns with an extremely cool and collected heist movie with Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning.

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Two Days, One Night

By David Jenkins

If you only do one thing this year, make sure you catch this shattering masterpiece by the Dardenne brothers.

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The Rover

By David Jenkins

David Michôd emerges from the lion’s den and leaps directly into the furnace for his brilliant second feature.

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Welcome to New York

By Jordan Cronk

The voracious sexual appetite of Dominique Strauss-Kahn makes the basis for Abel Ferrara’s brilliant, provocative new film.

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Lilting

By Sophie Ivan

Hong Khaou’s debut feature is a hushed essay on coping with grief, sexuality and the cultural/generational divide.

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Boyhood

By Vadim Rizov

Ellar Coltrane grows up in public as the central, glorious spectacle in Richard Linklater's masterpiece.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past

By Chris Blohm

A cast of thousands join together for this romping and witty superhero sequel from Bryan Singer.

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Godzilla

By Adam Lee Davies

Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla is one of the great blockbusters of modern times. Believe.

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The Wind Rises

By David Jenkins

Hayao Miyazaki’s brilliant swansong is a complex, swooning melodrama on aviation and the caveats of creativity.

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American Interior

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The lead singer of Super Furry Animals heads on a whimsical adventure odyssey in search of his cultural roots.

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The Past

By David Jenkins

Tahar Rahim and Bérénice Bejo are on top form in this immaculate study of marital disharmony.

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Starred Up

By Adam Woodward

This bruising and brutal jailhouse carve-up rides on the back of an astonishing central turn by Jack O’Connell.

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Under the Skin

By Violet Lucca

Jonathan Glazer’s erotic and philosophically-inclined feminist sci-fi fable is an extraordinary one-off.

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The Godfather: Part II (1974)

By David Jenkins

Francis Ford Coppola’s magnum opus gets a big screen outing, see it if only to be able to understand The Simpsons better.

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Stranger by the Lake

By David Jenkins

A scintillating and quietly radical gay-cruising murder mystery set in a single, sunny location.

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Only Lovers Left Alive

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The modern world is a strange and beautiful place in Jim Jarmusch’s melancholy vampire masterpiece.

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Bastards

By Violet Lucca

French master Claire Denis gets seedy and sinister with an extraordinary modern riff on the classic noir thriller.

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Inside Llewyn Davis

By Adam Woodward

Cold exteriors and warm interiors combine in the Coen brothers’ rhapsodic portrait of a ’60s folk singer.

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12 Years a Slave

By Ashley Clark

One of Britain’s greatest living filmmakers offers an outraged, intense and artful examination of American slavery.

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Leviathan

By David Jenkins

One of the year’s most extraordinary films is an experimental documentary about North Sea fishing.

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Computer Chess

By David Jenkins

Andrew Bujalski switches gears with a lo-fi marvel that channels the spirit of Robert Altman.

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Blue is the Warmest Colour

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Abdellatif Kechiche’s passionate lesbian love story is a screen romance that’s built for the long-haul.

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Like Father, Like Son

By Adam Woodward

The simple, tragicomic trails of fatherhood are captured with perfection in the latest from Japan’s Hirokazu Koreeda.

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Short Term 12

By Adam Woodward

A barnstorming performance from Brie Larson elevates this bittersweet foster care drama.

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Nobody’s Daughter Hae-Won

By Vadim Rizov

One of South Korea’s great directors finally has a film released in UK cinemas.

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Mister John

By David Jenkins

Don’t miss this exceptional and haunting British drama which boasts a career-best turn from Aidan Gillen.

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Blue Jasmine

By David Jenkins

A career-best Cate Blanchett dazzles in Woody Allen’s heartbreaking missive.

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The Great Beauty

By Paul Fairclough

Shades of Fellini elevate Paolo Sorrentino’s spirited, deeply affecting drama.

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Upstream Color

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Baffling, intoxicating, elegant, Shane Carruth's long-overdue follow-up to Primer is among the year's best.

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Frances Ha

By Anton Bitel

Ahoy sexy! In which the great Greta Grewig stakes a convincing claim to the thrown of most loveable living screen actress.

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Pacific Rim

By David Jenkins

Guillermo del Toro’s epic homage to classic-era monster movies is a triumph of consummate design and old school romanticism.

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The Bling Ring

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Heists and high-fashion coalesce in Sofia Coppola's subtle and intricate take on teen boredom and victimless crime.

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The Act of Killing

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Joshua Oppenheimer mixes the romance of the movies with the horror of genocide in this incredible one-off.

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Like Someone in Love

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Iranian maestro Abbas Kiarostami heads to Tokyo for this multi-faceted jewel.

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Before Midnight

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Richard Linklater makes it a trilogy for his beloved walkie-talkie love saga. And this one’s possibly the best of the lot.

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The Stone Roses: Made of Stone

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Shane Meadows delivers a roistering film about extreme fandom under the subtle guise of a Stone Roses biography.

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Something in the Air

By Wally Hammond

A teen rite of passage drama with a political twist from French maestro Olivier Assayas.

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Mud

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Matthew McConaughey’s sublime transformation into A Serious Actor continues apace with this ripping Souther thriller.

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It’s Such a Beautiful Day

By Glenn Heath Jr

The first feature film from Austin-based animation powerhouse, Don Hertzfeldt, is a rapturous joy to behold.

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Spring Breakers

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Is this neon-hued apocalyptic party movie Harmony Korine’s masterpiece? We think it might be...

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Nymphomaniac

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Lars von Trier’s two-part psychosexual epic makes for invigorating, profound and occasionally baffling viewing.

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To the Wonder

By David Jenkins

Don’t believe the anti-hype: Terrence Malick’s fractured modern love poem is a sensual marvel.

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No

By Ashley Clark

Gael García Bernal takes down a dictator with glossy TV advertising in this brilliant Chilean satire.

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Zero Dark Thirty

By Simon Crook

Kathryn Bigelow’s rapid response to the death of Osama Bin Laden is a taut and morally ambiguous procedural for the ages.

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Django Unchained

By Jonathan Crocker

Hate, murder and revenge as Quentin Tarantino goes west. Well, south.

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Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

By Matt Thrift

Restored, re-released and resplendent. David Lean’s 1962 historical epic is back, and better than ever.

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Amour

By David Jenkins

A pair of astounding performances are the pillars that prop up Michael Haneke's formidable answer to the Hollywood weepie.

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The Master

By Adam Woodward

Paul Thomas Anderson’s spiritual post-war love story will restore your faith in cinema.

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Rust and Bone

By Basia Lewandowska Cummings

Jacques Audiard shows us his little-seen feminine side in this eccentric, high-styled emo romance.

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Holy Motors

By David Jenkins

French enfant terrible Leos Carax finally comes good with this sublime and surreal ode to acting, moviemaking, Paris and the whole damn thing.

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About Elly

By Phil Concannon

The film that Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi made before A Separation gets a long-awaited UK release.

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Tabu

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This sublime Portuguese fantasia from director Miguel Gomes will likely feature heavily on best of year lists.

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F for Fake (1973)

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For his final trick, Orson Welles will deliver a fruity, funny film essay. And astonishing it is too!

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The Dark Knight Rises

By Adam Woodward

Christopher Nolan’s baroque opus is a worthy trilogy closer, both seriously epic and epically serious.

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Nostalgia for the Light

By Carmen Gray

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Dark Horse

By Omer Ali

Arch misanthropist Todd Solondz tones down the glum in this bitterly funny profile of a thirtysomething living with his folks.

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The Turin Horse

By Matt Thrift

Hungarian colossus Béla Tarr’s ‘last film’ is a magnificent, towering achievement.

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Damsels in Distress

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Mumblecore empress Greta Gerwig dazzles in Whit Stillman’s first film in 13 years.

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This Is Not A Film

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Jafar Panahi’s extraordinary self-portrait/protest piece is the gift that keeps on giving.

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Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

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Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s hypnotic metaphysical noir is towering, tough and very, very pretty.

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Rampart

By Andrew Lowry

A modern noir that nods perfunctorily at the genre’s conventions, but sidelines them as quickly as it can to get to its real business.

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Patience (After Sebald)

By David Jenkins

If you haven’t read the book, you’ll want to. If you have read the book, you’ll want to read it again.

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The Descendants

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A confident return to the feature filmmaking fold from Alexander Payne featuring a champagne turn from George Clooney.

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Oslo, August 31st

By Paul Bradshaw

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We Need to Talk About Kevin

By Jason Goodyer

Lynne Ramsay’s first film for nine years is a dizzying visual trip anchored by Tilda Swinton’s superlative central performance.

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Post Mortem

By Laurence Boyce

A unique and weird history lesson created by a director whose star is continually on the rise.

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Attenberg

By Jason Wood

Largely eschewing the shock tactics of Dogtooth, Attenberg is arguably superior and certainly more embraceable.

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Kill List

By Dan Brightmore

British director Ben Wheatley delivers a future classic in the form of this white-knuckle thriller.

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Days of Heaven (1978)

By Sophie Brown

Terrence Malick observes the calm and the chaos that fluctuate beneath the unpredictability of life.

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The Skin I Live In

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Pedro Almodóvar’s latest is an intoxicating elixir of dark fantasy, sick obsession and all-consuming desire.

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Super 8

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JJ Abrams delivers big in this enthralling nostalgia trip to small-town USA circa the 1970s.

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The Tree of Life

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A Separation

By Julian White

This is a deceptively powerful movie by one of Iran’s finest directors.

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Captain America: The First Avenger

By Lewis Bazley

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The Hangover Part II

By Matt Bochenski

The Wolfpack hit Bangkok in this loud, dumb, occasionally obnoxious but truly hilarious sequel.

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Apocalypse Now (1979)

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Blue Valentine

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Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams shine in this emotionally bruising relationship drama from Derek Cianfrance.

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Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

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Uncle Boonmee is by turns ironic, poignant, profound and languidly sensuous and erotic.

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The Social Network

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The Social Network may not have the impact on the world that Facebook has, but when the story is told this well, it doesn’t have to.

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My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done

By Laurence Boyce

This is familiar territory for Werner Herzog – a compelling crime drama and intriguing character study rolled into one.

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The Secret in Their Eyes

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Hardboiled thrills abound in this classy period noir from Argentine director Juan José Campanella.

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Down Terrace

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In his low-budget feature debut, Ben Wheatley brings a very English working-class brand of domestic banality to his evil.

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Breathless (1960)

By Laurence Boyce

Jean-Luc Godard’s masterpiece stands the test of time, still managing to feel incredibly fresh and exciting.

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Dogtooth

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Dogtooth is a film that delights in disconcerting the viewer and refuses to supply any easy answers.

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Alice in Wonderland

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Tim Burton has always been a visual storyteller and his Alice is a source of visual wonder.

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A Prophet

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Director Jacques Audiard and Tahar Rahim deliver a true tour de force in this unforgettable prison drama.

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A Serious Man

By James King

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Adventureland

By Dan Brightmore

This movie will strike a chord with anyone who’s done a crappy job that ended up being the best time of their life.

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Fish Tank

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Lean, empathetic and dramatically credible portrait of desperation and desire on the cider-splashed streets of adolescence.

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District 9

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Neill Blomkamp’s film offers thought provoking thrills that have the audience rooting its CGI characters.

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The Hangover

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Director Todd Phillips manages to put a new spin on the curious male rite of passage.

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Looking for Eric

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All the heart and humour of a mainstream comedy-drama, with none of the tedious predictability.

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Star Trek

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JJ Abrams’ franchise reboot is the most purely enjoyable blockbuster of the summer.

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Bronson

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Tom Hardy delivers a knockout performance as Britain’s most notorious convict in this bruising psychodrama.

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Rachel Getting Married

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Anne Hathaway is sensational as a chain-smoking drug addict in Jonathan Demme’s pensive comedy.

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The Wrestler

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A stunning career comeback from Mickey Rourke underpins Darren Aronofsky’s tragic sports drama.

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Burn After Reading

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The Coen brothers strike comedy gold with this thrillingly barmy ensemble farce.

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Persepolis

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Marjane Satrapi comes straight out of the underground and socks it to the big boys.

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The Boss of It All

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Lars von Trier’s latest is light, frothy and bitingly funny with a pleasingly dark underside.

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No Country for Old Men

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An all-too-rare cocktail of cinematic know-how and genuinely touching human drama.

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