Even more ridiculous than you'd expect, elderly action cash-in 'Expendables 3' hits a small target with a massive star-studded airstrike.
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Putting the fun back in a (mostly) living funeral, Monty Python's final live shows are a gift from the comedy gods.
Way better than it should be, '22 Jump Street' surpasses '21 Jump Street' for buddy cop chemistry.
An iconic band in an iconic film masterpiece, 'A Hard Day's Night' is a great hour and a half's entertainment for any generation of Beatles fans.
Yasujirō Ozu's last film was ultimately one of his best. Remaining true to his style of static shots and themes of family obligation to the end, 'An Autumn Afternoon' is a deeply human drama to cherish...
A quirky gem of Japanese crime cinema, Seijun Suzuki's 1967 classic 'Branded to Kill' is a blast.
As stylish as it is sharply funny, the Wachowski brothers' ode to sexy film noir is a confident debut.
A true classic of the silent era, F.W. Murnau's is an important milestone in cinema history.
A low-key thriller with an engaging central performance from Tom Hardy, 'Locke' is ultimately a missed opportunity for something more dynamic.
A promising team of De Niro and Travolta go head to head in this mountain-top hunting thriller, but the direction and plot are misfires.
Beautiful, if uninvolving, true story of a woman's trek across the Australian outback, John Curran's 'Tracks' mystifies.
A riveting and woefully underrated 'what if' conspiracy thriller, Peter Yates' brilliant 'Capricorn One' begs for a rediscovery.
A visual masterpiece and a melodrama of religious proportions, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's 'Black Narcissus' is cinema worthy of real praise.
A remarkable humanist fable, Raya Martin's 'Independencia' is charged with emotion, history and cinematic magic.
This generation's 'Scum', David Mackenzie's 'Starred Up' is a gritty, genuinely powerful prison drama that will stay with you.
A solid, if sedate, Chekhov adaptation from Laurence Olivier, 'Three Sisters' weaves a complex spell.
A tempting cocktail of sex and medical history, this is a show as entertaining as it is informative.
Richard Ayoade's follow-up to the charming 'Submarine' is a confusing comic thriller that fails to establish the wonderful connections that his previous film managed so well.
Clint Eastwood's classic western goes respectfully eastward in Sang-il Lee's masterful retelling of 'Unforgiven'.
Elio Petri's brilliant police procedural thriller should appeal to fans of the golden age of Italian cinema. Don't be fooled by the title or cover art though, this is no giallo.
Claude Whatham's 70s version of 'Swallows and Amazons' is dated but wonderfully nostalgic because of it.
A dark, twisted coming of age story with a similar tone to Jack Clayton's masterful horror 'The Innocents', 'Rapture' makes for a brilliant rediscovery on Eureka's Blu-ray.
A glorious trip back stage, this is a must for fans of live theatre, Shakespeare and Kevin Spacey.
More intimate and less gritty than the usual Cassavetes picture, the independent auteur's first studio piece still boasts real power.
Another refreshing blast of innovation and off-the-wall characters keep Terry Gilliam's latest offering both fresh and beguiling.
A strong contender for the world cinema release of the year, Studio Canal's Blu-ray box set is truly essential.
Overly long and stupendous, 'Need for Speed' is in greater need of a better script.
As inventive as it is entertaining, 'The Lego Movie' is an awesome blockbuster.
Unforgettable images of seduction and destruction grace Jonathan Glazer's challenging sci-fi drama that boasts Scarlett Johansson's rawest performance.
Small in scale but a huge inspiration, Hal Ashby's 'Harold and Maude' is a comic masterpiece and one of cinema's greatest, most unlikely romances.
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