Gravity is incredible to look at, to be overwhelmed by, so beautiful in its imagery and scope that its faults can, almost, be totally forgiven.
Only God Forgives is a violent and hypnotic world created by a director willing to push the envelope and challenge modern mainstream audiences and studios.
Somewhere between the minds that created Japanese Manga, mecha beasts and Hell demons comes Guillermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim.
In equal parts shocking and fascinating, Spring Breakers is not going to be to everyone’s taste.
The Host wasted 125 minutes of my life that I will never get back.
Jacques Tati's PlayTime is a film both capricious and harshly modern, with a terrifically Orwellian view of the urban landscape in some places
Melancholia requires some patience but features two deep performances from its absorbing leading ladies and is ultimately a rewarding experience at its memorable climax.
Drive is an incredibly enjoyable retro noir with enough action and arthouse for cinephiles and Vin Diesalphiles alike.
The Tree Of life is purposefully challenging. Terrance Malick almost dares his audience to leave the cinema.