Logan Lerman and Brad Pitt in 'Fury'

Fury – film review

Brad Pitt and his tank crew rumble through war-ravaged Europe

Noah Wiseman in 'The Babadook'

The Babadook – film review

Suburban Australia is the setting for this lyrical horror film

Jennifer Lawrence in 'Serena'

Serena – film review

Depression-era love with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper

Jane Fonda in 'This Is Where I Leave You'

This Is Where I Leave You – film review

A family drama with Jane Fonda – and with too few good moments

André Benjamin as Jimi Hendrix

Jimi: All Is by My Side – film review

OutKast’s André Benjamin plays the guitar hero in this biopic

Jacques Tati, with his signature pipe, in ‘Mon Oncle’ (1958)
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Waiting for Monsieur Hulot

As France’s comic genius gets a BFI season, Ian Thomson looks back at the films of Jacques Tati

Edward Snowden in 'Citizenfour'

Citizenfour – film review

A gripping real-life thriller about Edward Snowden

Emma Roberts in 'Palo Alto'

Palo Alto – film review

Gia Coppola’s tale of teenagers’ interconnected lives is a marvel

James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan in 'The Best of Me'

The Best of Me – film review

A syrupy story of high-school sweethearts reunited

Robert Downey Jr and Robert Duvall in 'The Judge'

The Judge – film review

David Dobkin directs a star-studded tale of family reconciliation

London Film Festival: five of the best

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as codebreaker Alan Turing, Mike Leigh sheds light on Turner’s genius, and women directors tell stories about heroines

Effie Gray – film review

A portrait of the critic John Ruskin as frigid, pouty and cruel

’71 – film review

A British soldier is stranded in Belfast in Yann Demange’s thriller

Gone Too Far! – film review

South London teenagers squabble and feud in this funky, funny film

The Maze Runner – film review

Another gladiatorial story franchise for teens is launched

John Ruskin, visionary and villain

‘Effie Gray’ should not blind us to the Victorian seer’s virtues

‘Gone Girl’ and the gender wars

A look at the shifting nature of marriage in the movies as the film of the bestseller reignites the battle of the sexes

Steve McQueen interview

The Oscar-winning director of ‘12 Years a Slave’ is champion of the huge – and dark – subjects that others avoid. He explains why he still has much more to say about sex, death and desire

Dracula Untold – film review

Entertaining tale of the antihero’s journey from Vlad to Drac

Gone Girl – film review

Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike star in David Fincher’s mystery thriller

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