The brutal political machinations in modern Syria are captured with an unblinking eye in this admirably tough and direct documentary.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
French rom-com director extraordinaire, Agnès Jaoui, comes a-cropper with this chaotic urban fairy tale.
By David Jenkins
This loose and wrong-headed Joseph Conrad adaptation is a paragon of the bland literary adaptation.
By Kathryn Bromwich
A fond, well-researched docu-reminiscence of the late, great Spanish golf legend, Seve Ballesteros
By Adam Woodward
This nasty, retro Texan thriller starring Michael C Hall fails to land any meaningful emotional punches.
This chilly urban psychodrama starring Maxine Peake sadly does more wrong than it does right.
Guatemalan teens attempt to break into the US a film which offers little new both politically and aesthetically.
Jon Favreau goes back to his indie roots in this appealing, ramshackle street food saga.
By Chris Blohm
The lead singer of The National and his berserker brother do new and exciting things with the tour doc format.