Love is the key in this stylish, slightly fusty rendering of the courtship between Stephen Hawking and his first wife, Jane.
By Simran Hans
Paul Schrader returns with this mutated Euro-thriller that's better than it perhaps should be.
By David Jenkins
Jake Gyllenhaal sees his double and enters a vortex of wanton weirdness in this cold, experimental drama.
This ambling French tale from 1986 about a woman deciding where to go on holiday is one of modern cinema's high pinnacles.
The serviceable ghostly spooks of the original sadly missing in this unsuccessful horror sequel.
By Matt Thrift
Michael Keaton soars in director Alejandro González Iñárritu's triumphant return to form.
By Adam Woodward
Muscular machismo and misplaced American pride combine in this intense actor's piece with Steve Carell and Channing Tatum.
Claude Lanzmann's devastating appendix to his epochal Holocaust documentary, Shoah, is a vital piece of cinema.
By Jordan Cronk
One of cinema's Old Masters returns with this poetic and profound dissection of art and storytelling.
By Mark Asch