'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Guardians of the Galaxy – film review

Disney’s new superhero saga is bright, noisy – and nonsense

Robert De Niro in 'The Deer Hunter'

The Deer Hunter – film review

Michael Cimino’s three-hour Vietnam war epic returns

Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris in 'Mood Indigo'

Mood Indigo – film review

Michel Gondry’s film wallows in syrupy surreal whimsy

'A Night At The Cinema In 1914'

A Night at the Cinema in 1914 – film review

A wondrous compilation chronicles a simpler cinematic age

Ryan Jones and Nathan Varnson in 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

Hide Your Smiling Faces – film review

A tale of growing, changing teenagers in a picturesque wilderness

Danny Boyle
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Shuffle Festival, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London

Danny Boyle’s event has an eclectic programme to match its setting

‘How Britain Went to War’, Saturday, 8pm, Radio 4

A sobering warning against Britain’s complacently acknowledged muddling through

'The House of Magic'

The House of Magic – film review

A digitally animated adventure that thrills, amuses and amazes

Gael García Bernal in 'Who Is Dayani Cristal?'

Who Is Dayani Cristal? – film review

Gael García Bernal retraces a migrant’s journey

Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan in 'Joe'
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Joe – film review

Nicolas Cage poisons trees for a living in this issue-heavy drama

The Lady from Shanghai; Branded to Kill – film reviews

Artistic delirium in two re-released monochrome movies

Hercules – film review

Special effects trump story and characterisation in this 3D epic

‘The Mill’, Sunday, 8pm, C4

Black and white, villain and hero, often blur into an ambiguous grey of divided sympathies, conflicting loyalties, conscience versus self-interest

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – film review

An education fable accessorised with biffs and bangs

Finding Vivian Maier – film review

A documentary portrait of bewitching complexities

Norte, the End of History – film review

Three interconnected tales inspired by Crime and Punishment

Supermensch: the Legend of Shep Gordon – film review

Mike Myers’ documentary is a fawning fan job

Jealousy – film review

There are searing truths to be found in Jealousy

I Am Divine – film review

Trash-meets-tinsel in I Am Divine

‘The Men Who Made Us Spend’, Saturday, 9pm, BBC2

Film reveals the ambiguities of consumerism, which takes instant gratification for granted