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Amelie does wartorn France, but is this another example of style over substance from Jean-Pierre Jeunet?
2046 is a delirious slice of melancholy that may be just about the most ravishing thing you've seen on the big screen since... Well, it's...
Ligers, llamas, and beaten egg as tasty drink: welcome to the world of Napoleon Dynamite, the ginger afro-ed, master doodling, eponymous star of the...
Chris McLaughlin was slightly disappointed by this watering down of the ‘Comic Strip Presents...’ legacy, but it’s all in the name of good clean fun..
This comedy of literary largesse and family strife confirms Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri as the creative powerhouses of French film.
Can you imagine a film that does for kung-fu and football what Airplane did for the aviation disaster? Nor could we, until he saw this.
This new documentary from the director of Manufacturing Consent begins with a forceful denial that the world we have adapted to –...
(warning: this review reveals the plot ending)"The devil's on holiday with you..." so prophesies an eccentric stranger at an...
Video Killed the Radio Star. The Buggles' most famous tune is renowned not only in its own right, but also as the pub-quiz style answer to...
Ever hear the one about the Czech film students and the ruthless satire on consumer society?
Do you need a knowledge of Roland Barthes to understand Winterbottom's latest? Henry K goes to find out...
A handsome young dwarf inherits an abandoned railway station and inadvertently makes friends with three people, resulting in one of the most...
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... Shot on DV for a fraction of the cost of Hollywood's usual fair, Open Water is...
in 1952 Ernesto Guevara, a 23-year-old medical student, sets out from the comfort of his bourgeois Buenos Aires home to explore South America...
Memories of Murder is a detective film based around the true story of the rape and murder of ten women over a six year period from 1986 to...
A new Woody Allen film used to be a thing to be celebrated, you looked forward to it every year like Christmas and you knew it would be intelligent,...
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