Ryan Gilbey dissects the decline and tentative rise of Woody Allen.
An unexpectedly sympathetic portrayal of the wife of a timeshare mogul.
Will his alleged victim, Nafissatou Diallo, get to tell her side of the story?
This debut film shows us teenagers as they really are.
Glances say more than words in this IRA thriller, writes Ryan Gilbey.
A master manipulator of space and suspense.
Divine presences in the movies.
Scenes from a marriage: Michelle Williams saves this film from tweeness, writes Ryan Gilbey.
WR Mysteries of the Organism is screened in London.
Pixar need to know that technical wizardry doesn’t disguise the tiresome life lessons, says Ryan Gilbey.
Modern cinema makes a paltry showing in the Sight & Sound poll of the greatest films of all time.
With Bond returning from the dead, an epic-looking tube train crash, and Ben Whishaw as the new Q.
Cinema's presence at the London Olympics stretches beyond the spectacle of Danny Boyle's opening ceremony.
Antonioni's 1964 film depicts a familiar landscape.
As chosen by NS film critic Ryan Gilbey.
This film leaves you craving character development as much as cock shots.
Director Paul Schrader has started shooting "The Canyons" with an original screenplay by Bret Easton Ellis.
When you name your company "a source of ruin, harm or trouble", these things will happen.
The latest Batman film is too grand for its own good.
The actress talks to Alice Gribbin about ER, East London and planning for the future.
An antidote to Olympic fever.
The Chilean documentary maker comes to London.
A lazy love letter to liberalism.
“There is a sort of deadly element in the Swedish landscape”
A genius for intimacy.
Part slacker, part slapstick, this comedy is richer than it seems.
Twilight can't be the last word on vampires.
Some of the finest art about love has played games with time and the agony of waiting.