Scorsese serves up a trashy yet diverting thriller.
The graffiti artist's new film is more PR than politics.
Tim Burton comes a cropper with his foray into 3-D.
Slavoj Žižek on the "brutal racist overtones" of James Cameron's Avatar.
Film posters don't always get it right.
Is Michael Moore afraid of his own left-wing politics?
Suffering from awards fatigue? Our film critic has the antidote.
John Akomfrah subverts the cheery official narrative of multicultural Britain.
A psychological thriller with a political dimension impresses Ryan Gilbey.
The New Yorker's take on Red Riding.
And how will Roman Polanski's The Ghost compare?
The director of Amélie talks to the NS about his new film, Micmacs.
A shocking, if preachy, exposé of the food industry.
This year's Oscar nominations are a parade of propaganda and stereotypes.
Our film critic on swearing in movies.
The creator of Brass Eye on his new film, Four Lions.
Mandela the Magnificent? Not on this evidence.
Why make the Best Film category larger? It's obvious who's going to win.
There’s something creepy about this tear-jerker
Our film critic on the pitfalls of a visit to the cinema.
Jacques Audiard raises the bar in this prison movie
Our film critic certainly thinks so
Shades of Ozu colour this tender family portrait
The French New Wave director specialised in love gone astray -- and the occasional severed head
Our film critic spots a publicity stunt
David Lynch’s films are hymns to bodily mutilation and dysfunction, in which prosthetic props threat
Ryan Gilbey applauds a rigorous adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s novel
Our film critic chooses his highlights
Ryan Gilbey hears echoes of the French new wave in a teenage love story