REVIEW: The Invisible Woman should not be allowed to slip away unseen.
REVIEW: The Other Woman is a female-strong, but not quite feminist, take on infidelity.
REVIEW: Animator admits Lego movie appears a "cynical cash grab" but ends up a "celebration of creativity".
REVIEW: Thanks to the lazy, self-indulgent 2011 "original" this Muppets film sequel didn't have to go far to be better.
REVIEW: For all those who don't like personality testing, the essence of Divergent may cause discomfort.
Oh Noah, he didn't, cries Sarah Watt after viewing Darren Aronofsky's Bible-inspired epic.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a damn good movie, and a worthy part of a remarkable franchise.
French satire Quai d'Orsay looks at the inner workings of the French foreign affairs ministry and there's plenty to laugh about.
Paulo Sorrentino's sixth feature film, The Great Beauty has already picked up the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and the Golden Globe in the same category.
REVIEW: Two terrific kids steal every scene in the superlative The Selfish Giant.
Nymphomaniac is a very different film to the one the posters and the marketing campaign are suggesting.
REVIEW: There is plenty to marvel at in Captain America's latest outing.
Sarah Watt finds herself begging for more after watching an action sequel with plenty of 'wow' moments.
To be honest, it might have been OK were it not for the rock monsters.
Noah neither fish nor fowl, Neither action flick nor full-on arthouse experiment.
For two hours we're assaulted by a muddled morass of cliches, one-dimensional characters and perfunctory dialogue.
"Israel seizes Nazi chief ", screams The New York Times of May 24, 1960.
REVIEW: Directed mostly from the back of a van in Saudi Arabia, Wadjda is a universal tale of a young girl finding her voice.
Brats is a brash but barely memorable French tale about meeting one's prospective father-in-law.
REVIEW: Generation Iron's producers return to the Mr Olympia contest and bizarre characters behind it.
12 Years a Slave is not for the faint of heart, but it is certainly a good movie, Matt Colville writes.
REVIEW: Bad luck has dogged those around Ahlo (Sitthiphon Disamoe) throughout his young life.
REVIEW: Sarah Watt finds George Clooney's latest movie a massive disappointment.
REVIEW: Cinephiles who fell in love with Iranian director Asghar Farhadi for his Oscar-winning festival hit A Separation will be delighted to know that the follow-up proves his undoubted talent for producing hard-hitting realism from gripping performances.
It's never a good sign when you find yourself missing Gerard Butler.
The story of how Radio Hauraki came to be is a truly great one.
Every year there's a couple of films that make me want to blockade the multiplex.
REVIEW: The Past, a French drama by an Iranian director, is slow-burning, but ultimately searing film concerned with actions and apologies.
REVIEW: This horror-comedy about a bloodsucking finishing school is no Heathers nor Mean Girls.
French romcom It Boy turns the tables by focusing on a 40-year-old woman's fling with a man half her age.
REVIEW: There is a great hole in the world where Mel Gibson used to be.
REVIEW: Lone Survivor does for soldiers what Friday Night Lights did for footballers: it gives us entry into a near impenetrable world, it makes it credible.
Canadian actress turned director Sarah Polley turns her gaze and her lens on her own family.
They thought a weekend in Paris would be just the thing to put the spark back in their marriage.
Spike Jonze's latest film is one of the most touching, haunting and melancholic romantic-dramas in years.
A few years back I was much impressed with a film called Into The Wild.
A triumph of low-budget filmmaking, exquisite storytelling and an actor at the peak of his powers.
Rumour has it Martin Scorsese was interested in the book but deemed it unfilmable - he may have been right.
Like folk music itself, this won't be everyone's cup of tea, but persevere and you'll be rewarded.
Sarah Watt finds herself mesmerised by a gaunt Matthew McConaughey.
Based on Grevioux's Darkstorm Studios graphic novel of the same name, I, Frankenstein is like its hero - a "corpse without a soul".
Generation Xers beware - this isn't the ballad of Detroit policeman Alex Murphy you remember.
This is a disheartening lads' tale about contemporary dating but why call it "dating" if you just want to get laid?
Closer to 9 Songs than Baise Moi, this controversial, sexually charged French coming-of-age drama has two massive advantages in its favour.
REVIEW: Be enraptured and enslaved by Steve McQueen's latest film, 12 Years A Slave.
REVIEW: Tense, romantic and perfectly pitched, this simple tale is high quality drama.
REVIEW: This recreation of the wrangles between Walt Disney and Mary Poppins author PL Travers is a real crowd-pleasing entertainer.
REVIEW: Anything would be an improvement over the 2012 Nevadan-based crime against cinema that was Paranormal Activity 4.
REVIEW: There is no mention that Nelson Mandela saw the Long Walk To Freedom. And that strikes me as a pity.
American Hustle is hugely entertaining, perfectly paced, and generally impressive as all hell.