As brilliant as it is unsettling, Ted Kotcheff's diamond in the rough 'Wake in Fright' is a punishing cinematic experience.
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A truly modern romance, Spike Jonze's 'Her' is inventive, heartfelt and beautifully played.
A wonderfully rich, intoxicating picture, David O. Russell's 'American Hustle' offers up some of the year's best writing and performances.
More intimate than 'Black Hawk Down' but with just as much power, Peter Berg's 'Lone Survivor' makes for riveting entertainment
A great film but as both Scorsese and DiCaprio have waded through these excesses before, it's hardly original. Given its relentless energy though, you won't complain.
The next generation of virtuoso filmmakers will surely cite Alfonso Couron's remarkable sci-fi thriller 'Gravity' as a major inspiration. Believe the hype and the sweep at the Oscars: this is a tour de...
Roma', Federico Fellini's vibrant love letter to his favourite city, is cinema at its most seductive.
One of the definitive New York pictures and a milestone for Al Pacino, Sidney Lumet and American film in general, 'Serpico' remains vital four decades on.
Up there with 'Point Blank' as one of the finest noirs of the 1960s, Don Siegel's American classic 'The Killers' still delivers a chrunching blow.
A rock and roll version of 'Phantom of the Opera' from an unlikely director - 'Scarface' legend Brian De Palma - 'Phantom of the Paradise' is a hurricane of fresh air.
A quirky but oddly dry indie dramedy, 'Safety Not Guaranteed' is good but not great.
Absolutely fantastic French crime thriller Classe Tous Risques has Melville cool, Chandler wit and heaps of power.
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.
Ben Affleck's best showing as an actor and director, multiple Best Picture winner 'Argo' is a thrilling and politically charged true story with real heart.
Not just a great deal of fun, but a truly important game for musicians looking to hone their craft, 'RockSmith 2014 Edition' is a triumph.
A tender and charming romance without the typical Hollywood gloss, 'Enough Said' is an endearing work.
One of Tinto Brass' very best latter day efforts, 'Frivolous Lola' is a vibrant cocktail of audio and visual pleasure.
Sleazy even for Tinto Brass, 'Cheeky' is indulgent and silly without much reward. Still, you can't deny its charm.
Batman: Arkham Origins' confirms that three titles in, the Dark Knight still has plenty of light left in the franchise.
Visually ravishing and intellectually stimulating, Jacques Demy's 'film in song' 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg' is a classic come rain or shine.
A show with 'Twin Peaks' potential, 'Bates Motel' is an engaging riff on Hitchcock's 'Psycho' for this generation.
As breezy a Shakespeare adaptation that you could hope for, Branagh's 'Much Ado About Nothing' has something going for it.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is magnetic and charming in a somewhat hollow TV drama
'Need for Speed: Rivals' is a quickfire blast of pure escapism. Wonderfully satisfying and detailed.
Sports films are usually critical misfires but Ron Howard's Formula 1 rivalry drama 'Rush' is something else. A gripping modern classic.
As slick as an action thriller can hope to be, Luc Besson's hitman flick 'Leon' is more than just entertainment. It's iconic.
Cheesy and sleazy, Tinto Brass' late period erotica 'All Ladies Do It' is vibrant but not as fulfilling as it could've been.
A good-natured and expertly photographed musical that spares on dance routines in favour of solid character arcs.
A revolutionary noir, Robert Altman's 1973 Raymond Chandler adap 'The Long Goodbye' bristles with ingenuity.
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