The final song that accompanies the shocking conclusion will haunt you.
By Leo Owen
While verging on soft porn and full of self-indulgence, some beautiful cinematography and quotable lines make Don't Look Down a worthy watch.
This is a film alive with its subjects – fragile with the ephemeral nature of childhood, dense with the vibrant liberty of life spent on a beach, and as protean as the ocean.
By Tom Seymour
Director Sato Toya fails to grasp a lesson familiar to most gamblers: overplay your hand, and you tend to lose.
By Anton Bitel
Sadly, it's easy to see why Sammy Going South – unlike other '60s adventure movies – hasn't become a fixture on Sunday afternoon TV
By Oliver Smith
Lisbon Story affirms that that Wim Wenders had completely lost his touch by the mid-90s.
By Declan Tan
This is no masterpiece, but nevertheless it is a film infused with energy, rejuvenating weary viewers.
Moe the serial killer is stuffing the body of Kelly into his freezer. She’s female. She’s wearing a bikini. And she’s in a freezer. She’s a Bikini Girl on Ice.
By Henry Barnes
Originally released in 1969, the same year as Battle of Britain hit the screens, Eagles Over London could be the wacky, tacky Italian cousin of Guy Hamilton’s WWII epic.
By Sean Bradbury