Five of the late Hollywood director Mike Nichols' greatest films including The Graduate and Catch-22
Tom Hardy shines as a lonely barman with a soft side in this brooding urban thriller
Cumberbatch is 'brilliant' as code-breaker Alan Turing in this fitting tribute to a hero
Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi adventure is ‘brainy, barmy and beautiful to behold’
'Brilliant' Jake Gyllenhaal dazzles as a callous newshound in Nightcrawler, a satirical thriller about modern journalism
Mike Leigh's 'supremely enjoyable' film is a dazzlingly performed portrait of an ageing artist
Steven Spielberg casts 'transformational' actor Mark Rylance in adaptation of Roald Dahl's BFG
Unsettling mother-son horror story steeped in magic and fairytales is 'a shadowy treat'
Elijah Wood and Sir Peter Jackson star in Air New Zealand's Middle Earth-themed in-flight safety video
Hendo prototype can hover above ground but it is not ready for the moves of Marty McFly just yet
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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