This swooping and soaring sequel boasts big thrills, innovative set-pieces and a surprisingly radical political outlook.
By Adam Woodward
Keira Knightley brings a sweet soul to John Carney's delightful sort-of sequel to his low-fi hit, Once.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This meandering British indie romance is trite and winsome, but does offer a decent dose of charm.
By Cormac O'Brien
This urgent documentary examines the lives of single mothers and the phantom men who ritually abandon them in Morocco.
Peter Greenaway offers subversive interpretations of Bible stories, with painfully arch and alienating results.
By David Jenkins
Ellar Coltrane grows up in public as the central, glorious spectacle in Richard Linklater's masterpiece.
By Vadim Rizov