Cinema's great enigma.
Watch the latest trailer for the final Batman film.
The Bread and Roses film festival kicks off today.
Director Whit Stillman reflects on his career.
The triumph of the squares in this idiosyncratic tale delights Ryan Gilbey.
The most disturbing study of repression you'll see all year.
Luxury cinema is an insult to film, and our wallets - we should resist its pretentious temptations
Here's why you need to see Jean Renoir's 1938 classic.
Jubilee Park, E14, Anthony Caro, Until 25 May
Remembering Serge Gainsbourg on the anniversary of his birth.
Two new documentaries find drama in confinement.
The latest Dardennes film is small-scale but forceful.
The Kid with a Bike (12A)
dirs: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
A battle of wills at Tate Modern's Turbine Hall.
A corpse quest makes for handsome viewing.
The X-rated cut of Ken Russell's <em>The Devils</em> is released on DVD.
Peter Bradshaw's review of <em>John</em> Carter must be a contender for the harshest criticism of 20
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”