It's unasked for sequel time (again), as Robert Rodriguez flogs the dead CG horse that is the Sin City franchise.
By David Ehrlich
If you only do one thing this year, make sure you catch this shattering masterpiece by the Dardenne brothers.
By David Jenkins
Belle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch delivers a delightful debut feature in this beautifully ramshackle indie musical.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Don't miss this re-release of Satyajit Ray's hushed study of feminism and the role of the wife from 1965.
By Phil Concannon
An interesting premise is spoiled by an hysterical execution in this aggressively weird psychodrama from director Fabrice Du Welz
Daniel Radcliffe continues to prove himself as a feasible and non-wizard leading man in this charming, minor key rom-com.
By Matt Thrift
This scattershot documentary-fantasy hybrid offers a plea for art to be taken more seriously in British schools.
Tedium and transcendence come in equal measure for this difficult, close-quarters study of a middle class relationship.
Who remembers the last good Luc Besson movie? Time to reset that particular clock, as he's returned with a stormer.