Writer/director Ira Sachs misses a trick with this ambling family drama set in a picturesque Portuguese town.
A grieving couple decide to take on the Nazis in this drab wartime thriller that’s noticeably short on thrills.
Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson are terrific in this sturdy traveller drama from first-time director Adam Smith.
Do Ghibli and Pixar have a new rival in Irish director Tomm Moore? This stunning film would suggest they do.
The Guard’s Brendan Gleeson and director John Michael McDonagh reunite to deliver one of the year’s best films.
More of the same (literally) as this time the Smurfs storm Paris, discuss racial politics and explore their sexuality.
There’s adventure all right, and science in spades, but someone buried the piracy in Aardman’s latest stop-motion treasure.
American cop show meets the Emerald Isle equals Lethal Weapon gone Gaelic.
By Alice Levick
Nora Twomey and Tomm Moore’s animation fable is a feast for the eyes that manages to be both whimsical and sinister.