This quaint French farce brings the best out of its star, Gemma Arterton.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This harrowing Belgian noir thriller explores the subject of paedophila with great verve and tact.
By Anton Bitel
James Franco and Kate Husdon bring their B game to this stock urban crime thriller.
By David Jenkins
The mad Chilean maverick Alejandro Jodorowsky returns with his first film since 1990.
Mohsen Makhmalbaf explores life after revolution from the perspective of a dictator and his grandson.
Crass gross-out and empty nostalgia fuel this garbled road-trip comedy to the vaunted Walley World.
By Bekzhan Sarsenbay
This Lesotho-set drama of family reconnection is the enemy of dramatic originality.
The kids are kind of alright in this intriguing real life tale of cinematically-inclined trap-ins.
By Adam Woodward
A crooked New York cop recounts his ’80s heyday in this functional documentary.