Wes Anderson cooks up an extravagant Hungarian goulash
The shadow of Bob Dylan hangs over a folkie rags-to-riches tale.
More unleavened pain might have lead to more filmic gain.
More unleavened pain might have led to more filmic gain.
Colin Firth dazzles yet again in prisoner of war drama.
Jane Austen theme park comedy falls somewhat flat.
The beat poets’ shenanigans would have shocked Hogwarts.
A celebration of 1970s France, when left was seen as right.
Klein shines in this quirky off-piste sibling drama.
Steven Coogan takes his master of cringe to the big screen.
An Australian Western that overstays its welcome.
Daffy dysfunction rules the day with nary a sign of Hugh Grant.
Psycho-documentary gets inside the minds of genocidal killers.
Group therapy minus the clichés has never seemed such fun.
Young Canadian takes a leaf out of Mike Leigh’s notebook.
Almadóvar's world of mild-high clubs and campy trolley-dollies.
Cate hitches a wild ride on Woody Allen's "streetcar".
Laos is the setting for a heart-warming coming-of-age tale.
The Apple biopic that fails to think outside of the box.
A poignant modern take on the Henry James classic.