Dysfunctional love is in the air in Bruno Dumont's most poetically and spiritually opaque film to date.
By David Jenkins
The joys of teen nostalgia are cleverly repurposed for this charming tale of a man looking to go back in time.
By Jessica Lambert
In this sweetly seductive Amerindie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead delivers one of the year's most appealing performances as a sozzled school teacher.
By Jack Jones
A faltering first hour blossoms into a glorious adventure saga as Peter Jackson takes up residence on Middle-earth once more.
By Adam Lee Davies
Ron Fricke’s panoramic global escapade from 1992 still offers a real feast for the senses.
By Rebecca Ellis
Another slippery, challenging and slyly ironic cine-puzzle from 90-year-old French maestro, Alain Resnais.
The grapes of wrath: Niels Arestrup commands the screen as a wine grower who is ashamed of his effete son.
The third feature by Xavier Dolan is a glorious, sprawling mess which takes in gender, sexuality and finding your place in the world.
By Charlie Lyne