The Double is remarkable for just a second feature film and confirms Richard Ayoade as one of the most exciting directors working in cinema.
Pompeii takes the best action and what have become Roman-period clichés and mixes them in with a good dose of destruction for good measure.
The impression you get from Alex Gibney’s The Armstrong Lie is absolutely; that his only real regret was coming back to the sport and then getting caught.
Nebraska fails to display the wit or perceptiveness of Payne’s earlier films, and while the finale is a nice touch, there is too much sourness left from earlier scenes.
Philomena is a wonderful, moving, surprisingly funny film.
Jackman may be the big star draw for Prisoners, but it’s Jake Gyllenhaal’s more understated and complex performance that is the stand-out of Denis Villeneuve’s absorbing thriller.
Rush perfectly captures the deeper essence and meaning of the Hunt/Lauda rivalry, as well as the inherent sex, glamour and action of the 70s sports setting