Like the finest Bond films, Mission Impossible 5 thrills and charms its audience into submission. A wonderfully old fashioned action blockbuster.
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More epic than even Spielberg's original, Jurassic World reinvigorates the franchise and takes a bite out of consumerism in the process.
Al Pacino lights up late life crisis music drama Danny Collins - his song is true and inspired even if it's been sung many times before.
Paul Feig's unashamedly silly espionage comedy Spy takes your funny bone on a globetrotting jaunt you won't regret.
Thirty years after the original Mad Max trilogy ended, the best in the series arrives out of nowhere and ignites the screen. When most other filmmakers consider retirement, George Miller has crafted an...
A thriller in need of pace, the star heavy Child 44 nails the tone but limps to an underwhelming finish seldom scratching the surface of the paranoia that dominated the Stalin-era Soviet Union.
Orson Welles fans will find Oscar winning Chuck Workman's documentary to be among the essential reference points for this astonishing man's life.
A comedy that isn't needed, welcome or funny - Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is, at best, a waste of time.
Around the World with Orson Welles is just as well-made, exciting, inspiring, exotic and original as you'd expect. A must for Welles and travel series fans.
If Mad Men was set in a hospital at the turn of the 20th century... get your hands dirty with The Knick - the shot in the arm that your TV box set shelf is needing.
A heady cocktail of sex, farts and food, Marco Ferreri's La Grande Bouffe is as vulgar as it is delicious. Controversial and daring, even now.
Pickup on South Street is an irresistably dirty little thriller of brutal style and efficiency - the type that Sam Fuller excelled in.
Decades before M*A*S*H*, Billy Wilder nailed the war comedy with Stalag 17 and still nothing comes close to its perfection.
'Good Kill' is an intelligent meditation on the horrors of war viewed from a cold distance. Ethan Hawke is brilliant.
If you're looking for a massive change in this Rogue Cut, don't get your hopes up but either way you slice it Days of Future Past is still one of the best superhero ensembles out there.
Required viewing for film students and lovers alike, Dziga Vertov's pioneering documentary experiment Man With a Movie Camera is a true cinematic milestone.
A trio of masterpieces from one of the defining auteurs of the Italian neorealist film movement, but fronted by a Hollywood icon. A thought-provoking meeting of minds.
Sean Penn becomes the latest veteran actor to tackle the geri-action genre, infusing a thrilling shoot-em-up with a resonant socio-political agenda.
A slow, restained and ultimately very beautiful picture. It's films like Isao Takahata's The Tale of The Princess Kaguya that will ensure the future of Studio Ghibli.
Robert Altman's ethereal drama 3 Women echoes Ingmar Bergman's Persona in its dream-like presentation and theme of blended identities. A rich, thought-provoking and unconventional masterwork.
Sassy and smart (perhaps too smart), Focus attempts to revive the con artist subgenre with appealing if uninvolving results. Will Smith and Margot Robbie, however, shine brilliantly.
Julianne Moore finally gets her Oscar for perhaps her most heartbreaking performance in Still Alice, a warm and respectful drama worthy of its praise.
You won't find a better Bob Hoskins performance than in Mona Lisa - a breathtaking crime drama with heart.
A cheesy little thriller with some inventive effects thrown in, Contamination doesn't latch on quite as much as its title would have you believe.
The best political drama on TV, House of Cards has the insight, thrills, humour and twists to sustain multiple viewings on DVD and Blu-ray.
It had to end sometime and as Parks and Recreation draws to a close, it goes out on a triumphant high.
Anchored by a compelling performance from Jennifer Aniston, Cake is an expertly judged drama of loss, pain and recovery.
A grinding, hour-long Orson Welles feature, The Immortal Story, will greatly interest the Citizen Kane auteur's die-hard fans.
Just like the first but with less Tom Wilkinson and more Richard Gere, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a charming ensemble relationships dramedy. Well worth checking out.
A classic of the poliziottesco subgenre, Fernando Di Leo's Milano Calibro 9 is a heady shot of seedy crime.
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