It shouldn’t be possible for this battle royale to be so infuriatingly dull, or needlessly complex
Sam Mendes’ second outing directing the legendary spy feels like Daniel Craig’s perfect swan song - if it is to be that way
The biopic of shamed sportsman Lance Armstrong shows Lance the Survivor, Lance the Winner and Lance the Cheat - but doesn’t get as far as Lance the Loser
Sarah Gavron's look back at the fight for the right to vote for women owes a great deal to the performance of Carey Mulligan
Unlikely chemistry gives lift to Nancy Meyers' equal opportunities office flick
Justin Kurzel's take on the Scottish play is all style and substance in this beautiful new film
Catherine Hardwicke's cancer drama goes for the heart without bombarding you with cues to reach for the Kleenex.
Ridley Scott repairs his post-Prometheus reputation with a visually rich and striking picture - with excellent source material to thank too.
A morality play without a great deal of heart, this tried and tested formula serves only devout Woody Allen fans.
The infamous director's first horror film in over half a decade has original ideas but loses its way when it traps itself between terror and gross-out laughs.
Undemanding but tense and visually rich, this adaptation of a teen fiction series rolls on without requiring much investment - but gives little in return.
Everest accurately captures the dizzying vertigo and confusion of the events it's inspired by, but don't expect rich, in-depth character-building.
Elegant, and occasionally plodding, but Ian McKellen's ageing Sherlock is gripping to watch
A cute and cosy UK rom-com with a unique pitch: what if the prospective couple weren't supposed to meet at all?
Dwayne Johnson's got predictable work to do in this CG-laden disaster action flick.
Living in District 9's shadow is Chappie's destiny, since it refuses to challenge society in the same way as its spiritual predecessor.