Director David Oelhoffen looks for humanity in hell with the help of Viggo Mortensen in this gripping period epic.
By Adam Woodward
Tahar Rahim gets lost in translation in Fatih Akin's well-intended but turgid western.
Al Pacino performs miracles in David Gordon Green's intimate character study.
Austria's Ulrich Seidl asks us to leave our prejudices at the door in this fascinating and explicit piece of docu-fiction.
New films from Noah Baumbach, Mia Hansen-Løve and Bong Joon-ho look set to liven up this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
By David Ehrlich
The pairing of Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon pays off big in this effective financial crisis drama from Ramin Bahrani.
Joshua Oppenheimer's sister film to The Act Of Killing is as harrowing and reflexive as its predecessor.
Sean Harris is in menacing form in British director Guy Myhill's assured feature debut.
At long last, Mexican miserbalist Alejandro González Iñárritu has located his funny bone. The results are immense.