Hardy’s Tess finds herself anguished in Rajasthan.
Why are movies about therapy so loaded with clichés?
This kidnap movie is too humdrum to be terrifying, finds Ryan Gilbey.
Woody Harrelson’s Cheers-ness can’t save this cop flick.
“I’ve nothing but contempt for the phrase ‘We’re all in this together’”
Cinemas are turning their cameras on the audience.
This sickly sweet adaptation is a catastrophe, writes Ryan Gilbey.
Seven awards for the <em>The Artist</em>, two for <em>Tinker Tailor</em> and Best Actress to Meryl a
A cinematic celebration of the lives of ordinary Palestinians.
Ryan Gilbey enjoys David Cronenberg's Freudian sight gags.
A triumphant cinematic return for the Muppets.
“God is a force – terror and enlightenment at the same time”
Alma Har'el has made the most successful "engineered" documentary yet.
There are no real surprises in George Clooney’s latest drama.
Political biopics can conceal as much as they reveal, writes Ryan Gilbey.
What's the connection between the artist and TOWIE?
There are many Maggie Thatchers, and which story we choose to tell says more about us than it does a
Silent, black and white film by a French director is the biggest winner at the 2012 awards.
"I only came for the horse. I don't do red carpets," says one of a cluster of reporters penned at the edge of the red carpet.
Stories of sex and finance reveal New York’s seamy side.
Why muddy sound can sometimes improve a film.
You belong to a generation that came to political consciousness under Margaret Thatcher.
<em>The Iron Lady</em> was a ghoulish spectacle while the subject was still alive.
This year's cinematic highlights.
The likes of Fassbinder, Godard, Pasolini, Tarkovsky, Wajda and Visconti were once seen as essential
Why do we want to see our political figures on the big screen?
Critics' Choice: The Best of 2011
Ralph Fiennes’s upcoming film adaptation of Shakespeare’s
Coriolanus shows its versatility – and p