Broadbent steals the show in this unremarkable study on life lived with one foot in the past
Pablo Larrain's attempted twist on the biopic is a bold move, but despite its technical prowess Neruda is ultimately awkwardly penned and detrimentally self-indulgent
Julia Ducournau's unconventional horror film is certainly shocking – but underneath the meat and eroticism, there is a genuinely compelling take on the coming-of-age genre
This attempted throwback to the days of classic noir falls disappointingly flat, trading in suspense and mystery for cliches and predictability
Arnie's back, but not as we know him, in this gripping pot-boiler based on the true story of a man who loses his wife and daughter in a plane crash
The Smurfs return in their first fully animated big-screen feature but can they entertain adults as well as little ones?
Sonia Braga shines in Kleber Mendonça Filho's slow moving drama.
Ben Wheatley's best effort yet. A hilarious and ridiculous thrill ride that pulls no punches and entertains from start to finish in a glorious shower of bullets
Age of Shadows is another stylish thriller by one of the biggest Korean directors, Kim Jee-Woon. Can this movie match up to the frenetic awesomeness of I Saw The Devil?
Despite its Sunday afternoon feel this is a surprisingly moving story of courage, community and loyalty