Take a thrill ride around New York at night in this socially aware and better-than-you'd-assume high-tech teen adventure.
You'll be hard pressed to find a blacker comedy than Rams this decade. Both dryly funny and heartbreakingly sad, this small story can reach everyone.
A zombie film to make you think about humanity, this film takes up Romero's mantle and makes a throwaway genre something really worthwhile.
A beautiful stop-motion film full of heart, derring-do and magic that will keep a whole family watching.
A huge film with nothing to say, this is a shapeless and stupid waste of time so bad you almost hope the Earth is destroyed.
A light-hearted imagining of what might have been said in the strangest meeting the White House has known so far.
Darker than it's quirky nature suggests, this is a film that asks some tough questions family, love, responsibility and freedom.
Acerbic, witty and determined, Lady Susan is a modern woman who just happens to live in the 1790s.