Catherine McCormack treads water in this forgettable crisis-of-faith-themed British melodrama.
By Luke Richardson
The theory of materialism is scrutinised to a tedious degree in this dry Finnish doc.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Fans of Swedish House Mafia will lap up this farewell concert doc, but it's unlikely to resonate with a wider audience.
By Cormac O'Brien
An avant garde theatre collective challenge Belarusian politics in this underwhelming activism doc.
By David Jenkins
Elliot Goldner delivers a frisky British found footage horror that's well worth your time.
By Chris Blohm
Tahar Rahim and Bérénice Bejo are on top form in this immaculate study of marital disharmony.
Kermit and co return for a delectable, gag-laden Euro pudding that might just be a Muppet masterpiece.
By Adam Lee Davies
Juno Temple plays dirty in this ace mid-life crisis comedy from writer/director Jill Soloway.
Chris Evans' welcome return to the superhero fold can't save this sequel from feeling like an awkward franchise mid-point.