This Chinese thriller scooped the top prize at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival, and it's not hard to see why.
By David Ehrlich
A re-release of an extremely funny Laurel and Hardy vehicle about how lies only get you into trouble.
By David Jenkins
Brit veteran John Boorman returns with a jolly follow-up to his beloved Hope and Glory.
By Adam Woodward
An extremely intriguing and morally ambigious south London psychodrama from Debbie Tucker Green
By Ashley Clark
Silly self-reflexivity dominates in Colin Trevorrow's noble attempt to sell CG dinos to a jaded modern audience.
Joshua Oppenheimer's bloodcurdling and brilliant follow-up to his doc smash, The Act of Killing.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
A woman's psychological mettle is tested when defecting from east to west Germany in the '70s.
A musically-driven National Theatre hit transitions comfortably to the big screen, with Olivia Colman and Tom Hardy.
By Cormac O'Brien
Marilyn Monroe's melancholy screen swan-song heads up a full BFI season of her work.
By Glenn Heath Jr