Paul Walker's swansong is a petrolhead poem to omnipotence and the concept of God in the digital age.
By David Jenkins
The writing process comes to life in Eskil Vogt's unsentimental exploration into a woman who loses her eyesight.
A stunning performance by Cara Delevingne doesn't save this ungainly and overly arty examination of the Meredith Kercher murder.
Revenge is a dish best served hot in this caustic compendium of anecdotes about the the injustices of the world.
By Craig Williams
The dodgy politics of this would-be comedy might have been more hard-hitting had Will Ferrell and and Kevin Hard given us something to laugh about.
Ten points to the first person to amply describe Jeff Bridges' accent in this garish and derivative witch-hunting saga.
A search for a master hacker leads to Laurence Fishburne in a hazmat suit in this good-looking but vapid sci-fi thriller.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Frédéric Tcheng documents the transitional period between creative directors at Dior in this moderately compelling fashion-world exposé.
Kenneth Branagh's refreshing, irony-free retelling of Cinderella with Downtown Abbey's Lily James sliding on the glass slipper.