Ryan Coogler's confident but uneven debut needn't have cast its subject in such an unerringly positive light. James Tyas reviews
This retelling of Noah is a deranged, sporadically brilliant, but ultimately flawed mess. James Tyas reviews.
An all-star cast doesn't make up for Clooney's groan-inducing humour and forced sentimentality. James Tyas reviews
BAFTA winning director and Lords peer Beeban Kidron wants to start a conversation about the internet, as she explains to James Tyas.
Shane Carruth's long awaited follow up to Primer is dense, bewildering and one of the few truly original films you'll see this year. James Tyas reviews.
Laurent Cantet's English language debut and follow up to 2008's Palme d'Or winning The Class fails to translate. James Tyas reviews.
The Heat won't win any prizes for originality, but Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy impress in this slightly flimsy buddy cop comedy. James Tyas reviews.
James Tyas takes a looks at the best and worst of the week's trailers. Includes Romeo and Juliet, American Hustle, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.
A revealing and balanced documentary tells the tale of Wikileaks' rise from obscurity and fall into folly with great emotion and intelligence.
Douglas gives a career best performance as an outrageously camp, preening concert pianist, allowing Soderbergh to end his career on a high. James Tyas reviews.