Gemma Arterton excels in this quietly devastating character study about a desperate housewife.
By Anton Bitel
Despite the silly names and cheesy nerdism there’s plenty of fun to be had in Duncan Jones’ video game adaptation.
Alan Bennett’s hit autobiographical play from 1999 receives a mild but quietly magical screen adaptation.
Stripping away the dazzling veneer of sun-dappled privilege, Stephen Frears reveals a world of betrayal, desperation, bitterness and regret.