Inherent Vice — film review

From left: Joaquin Phoenix, Martin Short, Jordan Christian Hearn and Sasha Pieterse in ‘Inherent Vice’

Paul Thomas Anderson’s film is dazed and confusing

Samuel Lange Zambrano in 'Pelo malo'

Pelo malo — film review

The powerful story of a nine-year-old boy and his hair

'Trash'

Trash — film review

A Brazilian shanty town is the setting for Steven Daldry’s film

Colin Firth, centre, in 'Kingsman: The Secret Service'

Kingsman: The Secret Service — film review

Colin Firth stars in Matthew Vaughn’s shaky spy drama

Jessica Chastain and Oscar Issac in ‘A Most Violent Year’

A Most Violent Year — film review

J.C. Chandor’s drama-thriller is masterfully done

Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson in 'Ex Machina'

Ex Machina — film review

A smart, well crafted android adventure from Alex Garland

Mark Wahlberg in 'The Gambler'

The Gambler — film review

Mark Wahlberg struggles to convince as a gaming addict

Johnny Depp in 'Mortdecai'

Mortdecai — film review

Johnny Depp adopts a posh accent and a moustache in this crime caper

'Beyond Clueless'

Beyond Clueless — film review

A fun documentary about Hollywood teen movies

Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons in 'Whiplash'

Whiplash — film review

J.K. Simmons is brilliant as a sociopathic music teacher

American Sniper — film review

Bradley Cooper plays a true-life marksman in Clint Eastwood’s film

Testament of Youth — film review

A low-voltage adaptation of Vera Brittain’s memoir

Wild — film review

Reese Witherspoon plays a hiker who walks off her troubles

Foxcatcher — film review

A spellbinding exploration of sport, patriotism and personal mania

The Last of the Unjust — film review

Philosophical questions grow and grow in Claude Lanzmann’s film

National Gallery — film review

Frederick Wiseman’s documentary is a marvel of eavesdropping

Into the Woods — film review

Disney’s film of Sondheim’s stage musical is rompingly performed

Taken 3 — film review

Liam Neeson stars in this superfluous sequel

The Theory of Everything — film review

Sentimentality replaces insight in this Stephen Hawking biopic

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) — film review

An effervescent story of actors and acting

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