Get Back

Charlie Kaufman takes it all the way in a memorable marvel

Femme Fatale

Graphically drawn portrait of a serial killer

The Butterfly Effect

Half-baked time travel tale gets lost

Sins Of The Father

Excruciating but riveting documentary about an American family torn apart by accusations of paedophilia

At Five In The Afternoon

Hard-hitting slice of realpolitik from Afghanistan

Song For A Raggy Boy

One man's stand against brutality in an Irish boys' Reformatory

Wondrous Oblivion

Formulaic sure-fire hit couples cricket and racism


OPENS APRIL 2, CERT 15,99 MINS Halle Berry plays a prison psychologist whose most interesting patient (Penélope Cruz) claims she's being raped by the Devil. While she ponders this, Berry sees a ghost, passes out and wakes up a prisoner in her own jail. Colleague Robert Downey Jr explains she's murdered her own husband with an axe, but she can't remember a thing. What's more, she keeps seeing the ghost, and has the eerie message "not alone" somehow carved into her arm, Richie Manic-style. What's going on? Is she already dead, like in Jacob's Ladder?

Shaun Of The Dead

Funniest Britcom in years

Blind Flight

Worthy take on Keenan/McCarthy hostage crisis

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