An essential celebration of the New York rapper's groundbreaking 1994 album.
By Alex King
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are plucked from the shelf in this Depression era romance which plays like bad Mills & Boon.
By David Jenkins
The death of a patriarch kick-starts and awkward family reunion in Shawn Levy's slapdash ensemble comedy.
By Adam Woodward
'Tis the season for great horror movies, so don't miss this creepy corker from Australian director Jennifer Kent.
By Chris Blohm
As films about bad days go, this breezy family comedy isn't quite in the same league as Falling Down.
This controversial biopic has more to say about personality and power than its apparent subject, Jimi Hendrix.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This sweet, slight gay coming-of-age story from Brazil sticks closely to tried-and-tested narrative cues.
The hippy dream goes sour in Michelangelo Antonioni's surreal desert odyssey about a man attempting to take leave from society.
It's hard to be a woman in Christian Ditter's oppressive anti-feminist 'rom-com'.