By David Jenkins
Idris Elba gets his action man on in this solid if unspectacular Parisian genre work-out.
By Adam Woodward
This affectionate and unconventional portrait of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas signals a great start for debut director Andy Goddard.
The Guard’s Brendan Gleeson and director John Michael McDonagh reunite to deliver one of the year’s best films.
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