Director Martin Koolhoven finds lyricism amid squalor in this powerful piece of filmmaking
Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams both give excellent performances in Ford's follow-up to 2009's A Single Man
Amy Adams carries Denis Villeneuve's cerebal and contemplative hit
'This is a love story with a very dark undertow. Its characters are put through the emotional wringer, made to endure bereavement and betrayal alongside their snatched moments of happiness'
It has the disorienting feel of a late Hitchcock film like Vertigo - and one of its stars, Adriana Ugarte, even looks a little like the femme fatale Kim Novak in that film
Next month the BFI in London will stage a season of films ahead of the great actor’s centenary in December. Geoffrey Macnab looks back on a long and varied career
Kevin Spacey turns into a cat, the UK's worst boss hits the road, and a children's classic comes to the big screen
Nonetheless, Lights Out is successful enough in what must have been its main goal, namely giving audiences the creeps.
Could this potential classic from the iconic director ever have a chance at making it to cinema screens?
A documentary on Bobby Sands, a Jean Dujardin-starring French rom-com, and the re-release of a punk classic
By the final reel, the Suicide Squad members are behaving little differently than any other super-heroes. This surely defeats the entire point of the movie.
Geoffrey Macnab speaks to film historian Joseph McBride ahead of the re-release of Fedora
Sanne Van Den Bergh, Daniel Turi, Greg Ward, 89 mins, featuring: George Galloway, Peter Oborne, Stephen Fry, Will Self, Clare Short
Steven Spielberg's take on the Roald Dahl classic, plus masculine competition from Rachel Tsangari and the life of Chet Baker
It's bleak times for any movie without a forgetful fish or someone dressed in spandex, writes Geoffrey Macnab
On the enduring legacy of Gene Roddenberry's classic television creation - set to boldly go where no man has gone before