REVIEW: Not since To Kill a Mockingbird has a title so inaccurately described something.
Boldly speaking, we have been here before.
Locking up your daughters is futile - they'll find a way to break free.
REVIEW: Has Tony Stark lost his mind?
REVIEW: Shadow Dancer is set in 1990s Belfast, follows young mother Colette McVeigh (Andrea Riseborough) as she becomes tangled in a web of conflicting loyalties.
REVIEW: The premise for Seth Gordon's (Horrible Bosses) latest movie, Identity Thief, could have been turned into a kafkaesque drama.
Can you sell democracy and freedom like a soft drink?
Has Hollywood run out of fantasy stories?
Michael Haneke is one of the most uncompromising directors in European cinema. His films go out of their way to implicate the viewer in the on-screen savagery, and his latest, Amour, deals with the troubling topic of caring for the aged.
Obsession is at the heart of most romantic comedies, but David O Russell's Silver Linings Playbook goes further than most.
Les Miserables is a wonderful film.
The best cinema can make you surrender to the images.
Matthew Littlewood picks his favourite movies for 2012.
So it's here, finally. After years of anticipation, Peter Jackson's latest J R R Tolkein epic has arrived.
Judi Dench's "M" has been the one constant in the post-Cold War Bond movies.
Ken Loach is Britain's most revered social realist director, but even he is prone to whimsy.
Finally, the saga is over, after five movies. Thank goodness.
How do you like your splatter: Raw, medium-rare or over-done?
Wanted: Someone to go back in time with me.
A fake science-fiction movie, "funded" by the CIA, helped save the lives of six American diplomats in the 1979 Iran hostage crisis.