The next generation of virtuoso filmmakers will surely cite Alfonso Couron's remarkable sci-fi thriller 'Gravity' as a major inspiration. Believe the hype: this is a tour de force.
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Tom Hanks makes another remarkable transformation in 'Captain Phillips', a bracing hostage thriller that examines power and duty with great depth.
One of the most devastating performances of the year is in Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine'. Cate Blanchett sparkles.
'Machete Kills' rides a gravy bullet train brimming with fun-seeking, respected talent who admirably left their egos at the station. That alone makes it worthy of the ticket price.
A glossy Marilyn Monroe with a personal hook, 'Love, Marilyn' recruits some top talent to read out her personal writings. The resulting documentary shines brightly.
For all its cliches and unsurprising plot twists, odd couple crime caper '2 Guns' is a gleeful triumph.
Feeling less like a typical Alan Partridge TV outing, Steve Coogan's big screen vehicle 'Alpha Papa' succeeds at the double: capturing new fans and satisfying the oldies.
Despite the same leading man and director, 'Only God Forgives' is no 'Drive'. It's even darker, more brutal and verges ever closer to an arthouse pitfall.
A dazzling horror that has not only just stood the test of time, but help define it.
Savaged upon its initial release (not unlike Kubrick's 'Barry Lyndon'), Michael Cimino's 'Heaven's Gate' is a breathtaking achievement.
'Gaslight', Patrick Hamilton's play, looks fantastic on screen with Anton Walbrook stealing the show under Thorold Dickinson's vivid direction.
A gorgeous film to look at populated by somewhat vile characters, 'Betty Blue' is a beguiling experience.
Stephen King's book-to-miniseries adaptation 'Under the Dome' has you under its ham-fisted thumb from the start.
One of the best remakes ever done, 1978's take on 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' is a paranoia classic.
One of the most important horror films of early cinema, Murnau's 'Nosferatu' still dazzles over 90 years on.
If 'Heavy Rain' was a game-changer for video games, follow-up 'Beyond Two Souls' marks a modest evolution that remains hugely enjoyable and engaging on its own merits.
50 years old and it hasn't aged a day. Fellini's '8½' remains fresh, vital, witty and engaging to a modern audience.
A forgotten gem bathed in eerie atmosphere and art gallery worthy visuals, 1979 BBC chiller 'Schalcken the Painter' is worth a revisit.
A sheer masterpiece, Charles Laughton's 1955 thriller never looked so good. Experience Robert Mitchum's finest performance on an amazing Blu-ray loaded with insightful behind-the-scenes footage.
Fred Zinnemann's 'From Here To Eternity' is more than just nostalgia. It's a war drama governed by human emotion, not action. This 60-year-old classic is brimming with superb performances.
As throwaway as it is hilarious, Hollywood rapture spoof 'This is the End' succeeds from start to finish.
A film hindered by a surprising lack of ambition, 'Stand Up Guys' fumbles a big screen teaming of Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin.
One of the definitive westerns of the 1940s, 'Red River' boasts an incredible power trio: Howard Hawks behind the lens experly guiding John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in front of it.
It's over 90 years old, silent and still holds up better than the majority of today's throwaway thrillers. Fritz Lang's epic crime odyssey 'Dr Mabuse: The Gambler' is an enduring masterwork.
Truthful, insightful and persuasive, 'Before Midnight' is about as smart as a film romance gets even if it does like the sound of its own voice.
These medium-length Czech masterworks possess that rare cocktail of cinematic traits in that they are epic in scope and intimate in nature.
It doesn't get any better than this: three masterpieces of cinema fronted by Hollywood's most iconic star. The James Dean Collection shines brightly with this luminous Blu-ray box set.
Thoroughly unlikeable characters and a deliberate lack of depth do little to help 'The Bling Ring' best the far more dynamic coming of age thriller 'Spring Breakers'.
'The Fury' is entertaining and inventive, granted extended life by John Williams' incredible score. View it as the support act to 'Carrie' that steals the show.
Better than the development hell production stories would suggest, 'World War Z' is a well crafted modern-day disaster movie.
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