Gabriel ditches the world music and wops out the sledgehammer for a trawl through his monster 1986 album So.
By Adam Lee Davies
Paper-thin music industry satire which is (almost) saved by the sweet chemistry between leads Jonny Owen and Vicky McClure.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
It's the little retro sci-fi flick that could, but doesn't quite. An impressive calling card for director Caradog James rather than the finished article.
By Chris Blohm
The haunting sounds emanating from Kevin Hart taint this watered-down and glossy reinterpretation of a 1974 David Mamet play.
Chronic bubble-gum highschool farce in which gay characters are reduced to tokenistic social accessories.
This handsome and luxuriant biopic of the French fashion maestro is all surface and no feeling.
By David Jenkins
A handful of superb action sequences stand-out in this otherwise formulaic tale of an angular Sicilian mafioso.
By Vadim Rizov
Director Jason Reitman comes a-cropper with this unconvincing Southern melodrama starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin.
By Oliver Lyttelton
The great Errol Morris returns with a slippery profile of the slipperiest of the slippery politicians, Donald Rumsfeld.
By Tina Hassannia