Catch Me Daddy — film review

Sameena Jabeen Ahmed in 'Catch Me Daddy'

Brilliant cinematography turns this story into gold

Lillete Dubey and Richard Gere in 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel — film review

Anglo-Indian sequel repeats the formula

'White God'

White God — film review

The dog is the star of this Cannes prize-winning film

Maika Monroe in 'It Follows'

It Follows — film review

A promising premise turns into ho-hum horror

Oscars 2015: a revel with a cause

Good causes were packed bumper-to-bumper at the ceremony

'Maidan' documents events in Kiev in February 2014

Maidan — film review

A powerful documentary captures a key moment in Ukraine’s history

Wei Tang and Chris Hemsworth in 'Blackhat'

Blackhat — film review

A sprawling global cyber-thriller from Michael Mann

'The Duke of Burgundy'

The Duke of Burgundy — film review

Two women are embroiled in erotic games in Peter Strickland’s film

Jennifer Aniston in 'Cake'

Cake — film review

Jennifer Aniston gives a one-note performance in this bleak film

Alfred Molina and John Lithgow in 'Love Is Strange'

Love Is Strange — film review

Alfred Molina and John Lithgow are superb in this bittersweet film

Love Is All — film review

Vintage clips tell the story of sex and love on British screens

Dancing in Jaffa — film review

Jewish and Palestinian youngsters are brought together

Coherence — film review

Quantum physics meets horror in this clever low-budget thriller

The Interview — film review

Seth Rogen’s controversial movie is intermittently funny

Shaun the Sheep Movie — film review

Aardman’s latest animated adventure is a delight

Selma — film review

The story of Martin Luther King’s protest march is dull and pious

Amour fou — film review

Passion and refinement intersect in a tale of love and suicide

Jupiter Ascending — film review

This science fiction adventure is gaga and occasionally glorious

Still Life — film review

A doleful, charming film from Uberto Pasolini

Inherent Vice — film review

Paul Thomas Anderson’s film is dazed and confusing