This juicy real life thriller yarn exploring Israeli-Palestein tensions is just an OK piece of filmmaking.
By David Ehrlich
One of 2014's best films comprises of eleven long takes from inside a Nepalese cable car.
By David Jenkins
Tibetan soil is the big score in this espionage-tinted documentary about a giant political art installation.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
A welcome final bow for Peter Jackson's Middle Earth mega saga. Let's just promise to never go back.
By Adam Lee Davies
Agyness Deyn confirms her leading lady credentials in this innovative and poetic Brit drama about the trials of living with epilepsy.
Ever wondered who'd win in a dust-up between East End geezers and snarling teen hoodies? Wonder no more...
By Adam Woodward
Annette Bening excels as a lonely widow searching for a replacement to her dead husband in this middling romantic psychodrama.
One of Europe's leading gay rights organisations is the subject of this fascinating and vital docu-drama.
By Cormac O'Brien