Wes Anderson opens the Berlin International Film Festival with an opulent and strangely moving caper movie.
By David Jenkins
A meek and mild school teacher spirals into Aussie Hell in this riveting, repellant restoration.
By Mark Asch
This dud comic book warfare sequel thankfully has a little more going for it (cf Eva Green) than the repellant 2006 original.
No-one brings anything close to their A-game in this chronically ham-fisted corporate sabotage thriller.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This lager-fuelled jolly boys romp brings back bad memories of Martin Clunes 1994 no-no, Staggered.
By Chris Blohm
Roberto Rossellini's benchmark 1945 work of abrasive political realism presents a crumbling Rome that's been ravaged by war.
By Matt Thrift