Not even Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis are enough to save the Wachowskis' gnarly, garish space opera.
By Adam Woodward
The presence of the great Eddie Marsan can't save this ponderous and sentimental Brit film about death and dying.
By David Jenkins
There's much to admire in this compilation of Australian short films, but the run-time is far too punishing.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
"Selma Now!" Ava DuVernay's vital civil rights drama is the film Martin Luther King deserved.
It's the film everyone was talking about! Seth Rogen and James Franco topple communism with comic truth bombs in this jolly satire.
This delectable tale of a stop-motion sheep in the city reminds us why Aardman Animation are a national treasure.
Jessica Hausner's 19th century bourgeois farce offers the perfect blend of humour and romance.
By Adam Nayman
A femme-driven cumming-of-ager with ripe dialogue, nudie montages and a feisty lead in Dakota Johnson.
A ballroom legend returns to his Israeli hometown to bring dance to the people in this sweet documentary.