Bernardo Bertolucci returns after eight years with the invigorating "Me and You".
A good gander at Gosling.
The sweet sound of Christopher Walken in the otherwise terrible "A Late Quartet"
Here’s looking at you, kid.
Brits, glitz and grit.
Why Hollywood will miss the wisest man in cinema.
They're taking new shapes.
Ten films without which Barry Levinson couldn't have made The Bay.
Niece to meet you.
We are the world.
Why "The King of Comedy", released 30 years ago this week, is the director's most disturbing work
Juddering to a halt.
Five videogame-related movies to savour.
An inspiring watch that explores the role advertising played in Chile's progress.
Every addict has to hit bottom before they can get better.
Walter Hill, Sly Stallone and when a film-maker is past his prime.
The actor's performance in "Hitchcock" is a reminder of just how good he is.
A demented love story with bullets instead of kisses.
Tarantino's new film does a disservice to the oppressed.
Steven Spielberg’s "Lincoln" reviewed.
Japanese director dies at the age of 80.
A new retrospective of the Polish director's work begins in London.
What to look out for on the big screen this year.
An extravagantly decorated cake of a film with nothing inside but the wisdom of a fortune cookie.
Peter Jackson has managed to dart off in new directions as he returns to Middle Earth.
There's more to film musicals than Les Misérables