Quite possibly this generation's 'Star Wars', Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' soars.
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Even more ridiculous than you'd expect, elderly action cash-in 'Expendables 3' hits a small target with a massive star-studded airstrike.
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.
Life behind bars is riveting in Jules Dassin's noir classic 'Brute Force', now available on a parole-worthy Blu-ray from Arrow.
Finally given the home entertainment release it deserves, Joe Dante's 'The 'Burbs' remains a funny, quirky cult riff on Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' and other paranoia classics.
Gripping, exotic and drenched in sinful characters, consider this a more meandering companion to 'The Talented Mr Ripley'.
Richard Burton's casting of a telekinetic master of disaster grounds dated but still wonderfully atmospheric thriller 'The Medusa Touch'.
Stodgy and stagey but remarkably well acted and insightfully directed, Laurence Olivier's take on 'Richard III' reigns with stately authority to this day.
Riveting, fun and vastly informative, 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey' is an incredible journey.
Not just some of Akira Kurosawa's greatest works but also some of the very best films ever made, the BFI's Blu-ray set is a must.
Despite a starry cast and an intriguing idea, 'Transcendence' ultimately falls flat.
Massively ahead of its time in storytelling and science, Fritz Lang's 'Frau Im Mond' is a cinematic trailblazing triumph.
For newcomers and seasoned fans alike, the British Film Institute's new box set is the only truly essential purchase you'll need of the great, offbeat director's work.
The change in tone that the Marvel universe needed, 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' wouldn't be out of place among classic 1970s conspiracy thrillers and not just because (an excellent) Robert Redford...
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'.
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