By Alex Flood
Is Indy’s fourth outing really as bad as everyone remembers?
Now is the time to see the challenging and moving work of this little-known German auteur.
As beleaguered detective Dave Toschi, Ruffalo turns in arguably the finest turn of his career to date.
Jane Campion’s much maligned 2003 thriller offers a vital subversion of the male gaze.
The French writer/director’s debut feature from 1988 is an elegant, perfectly poised character study.
Shelagh Delaney’s voice stood out from the angry young men who dominated British cinema in the mid 20th century.
By Beth Webb
How this great grey tree-dweller became the Studio Ghibli co-founder’s most beloved creation.
With her strong self-belief and striking dress sense, Mona Lisa Vito is a character we can all get behind.
By Dan Einav
Sergio Leone’s landmark western, which turns 50 this year, is a fascinating product of its time.
By Tom Williams
Lynne Ramsay’s masterful second feature from 2002 offers a visceral depiction of grief and longing.
By Sam May
This 1973 pulp classic sees Elliott Gould’s Philip Marlowe navigate LA’s seedy underbelly.
The film’s glamorisation of vigilante justice resonated with an increasingly paranoid audience in 1974.
Alex Proyas’ homage to classic tech-noirs like Blade Runner, Brazil and Akira was released 20 years ago.
By Harry Harris
The German director’s 1974 short The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner shows why sport is so compelling.
By Adam Scovell
Released 50 years ago, the director’s lo-fi debut is filled with potent imagery and political resonance.
With its sympathetic monsters and distinct visuals, this 2002 sequel is the director’s most underrated film.
The seed for a career-long obsession is planted in Guillermo del Toro’s debut feature from 1993.