Film about scrap dealing teenagers wows critics with its haunting story and brilliant young actors
Belfast actor replaces Charlie Hunnan as 'kinky billionaire' in film version of Fifty Shades of Grey
Actress' role as PL Travers is worthy of an Oscar, but Disney film about Walt Disney is 'sanitised'
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini are 'a revelation' in this smart comedy about middle-aged dating
Paul Greengrass and Hanks are on outstanding form in this riveting true story of a Somali pirate hijacking
Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan never put a foot wrong in this insightful portrait of time-worn love
Sharknado caused a social media storm but critics think Syfy's latest film is taking the joke too far
Assange calls Cumberbatch a ‘hired gun’ and accuses Fifth Estate film of ‘distorting events’
Video promoting horror remake shows what happens when girl unleashes telekinesis in cafe
McAvoy takes a walk on the wild side in this gleefully lurid tale of a corrupt cop from Trainspotting author
Israeli soldiers camouflage their faces at a staging point on the Palestinian border as they prepare to enter Gaza City. Israel observed a four-hour ceasefire yesterday after shells struck a UN school in Jabaliya killing 19 refugees.
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