Drama

8

Great

8

Great

Steve Jobs review

Here's the third attempt in as many years to bring the story of the Apple cofounder to the big screen – and easily the best, thanks to a crackling script from Sorkin and a vivid central performance by Fassbender.

6

Fair

Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine review (Digital)

Man in the Machine is a most informative, intriguing documentary that shines a light on one of the brightest, most controversial minds in recent history.

8

Great

Brooklyn review

Brooklyn is a beauty to be sure – a lyrically crafted and very touching tale of a young woman coming out of her shell when embarking on a new life...

4

Poor

The Program review

There's nothing to get stuck into with this drama about the Lance Armstrong scandal. Foster gives a commanding but resolutely unsympathetic portrayal of the disgraced cyclist – eager for first...

5

Average

4

Poor

8

Great

6

Fair

Fifty Shades of Grey review

Despite being widely derided by critics, British author EL James' erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey went on to become a legitimate publishing phenomenon, spawning a trilogy that has to...

9

Excellent

The Theory of Everything review

2014 has given us an uncommon wealth of top quality British product: Locke, Starred Up, Downhill, Pride, The Riot Club, '71, The Imitation Game, even the very charming What We...