The film “La Fille de Brest” – the daughter of Brest – rolls out like an inquiry.
Jessica Chastain takes on the firearms companies in "Miss Sloane", a political thriller directed by John Madden.
‘The Handmaiden’ is the latest movie by South Korean master Park Chan-wook, best known for his 2004 Cannes Grand Prix winner ‘Old Boy’.
Tom Ford's psychological thriller 'Nocturnal Animals' is about a woman who thinks her ex-husband's violent novel is in fact a symbolic revenge tale.
'Deepwater Horizon' is a movie about the worst oil spill in United States history.
Based on Paula Hawkins’ bestselling novel of the same name, ‘The Girl on The Train’ stars Emily Blunt as a divorcee who becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that sends shockwaves throu
Luke Scott, son of famed director Ridley, makes his directorial debut in the sci-fi thriller Morgan, about a humanoid gone bad.
Isabelle Huppert plays a role that is hard to pin down in Elle, the latest film by Paul Verhoeven.
For her fourth full-length feature Jody Foster goes more mainstream and tries to pull off a slick crime thriller full of twists, with the help of some famous friends in the lead roles...
Adapted from John le Carre’s novel of the same name, ‘Our Kind of Traitor’ follows a British couple who get embroiled with a Russian oligarch and
Summer season is the most lucrative time of the film calendar, and the growing number of movies has turned it into a game of survival for box office
Death row inmate Kevin Costner gets a memory implant in “Criminal”, not to remember how to make a hit movie again, but as a sort of hard disc for a
A sign of the times for sure, but after years in hibernation the Cold War thriller is back, and the latest addition to the genre is “Despite the
Matthias Schoenaerts stars as PTSD ex-soldier opposite Diane Kruger in 'Disorder'.
Directed by Australian John Hillcoat, who gave us the haunting post-apocalyptic ‘The Road’ in 2009, ‘Triple 9’ is a crime thriller set in the
Debut feature film director Stephen Fingleton has brought his BAFTA-nominated thriller The Survivalist, starring Martin McCann and Mia Goth, to the
‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ might be a familiar title for music-lovers, but the name is where the similarities stop. German director Stephan Rick’s
In his latest movie, Keanu Reeves plays a devoted husband and father, who is left alone for the weekend. When two attractive young women knock on his
‘Sicario’ explores the violence of the Mexican drug cartels and the equally brutal response of the United States’ authorities. Directed by
‘Captive’ is a thriller based on the real story of Brian Nichols, who was on trial for rape in 2005 when he escaped from custody and murdered the
US actor Michael Shannon was at the American Film Festival in Deauville for the launch of ’99 Homes’ by American director Ramin Bahrani. Set in
Tributes have been paid to the US horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who’s died in Los Angeles at the age of 76. Twitter has been flooded with comments in
“No Escape”, from writer-director siblings John and Drew Dowdle tells the tale of Americans-abroad in a nondescript southeast Asian country. All is
The tattooed young hacker Lisbeth Salander is back in the sequel to Stieg Larsson’s “Millennium” trilogy” but with a twist – a new author – and a
Guy Richie takes on another franchisable household name, one that has been in the kitsch cupboard for a while, with “The Man from UNCLE”. Reviving
Charlize Theron’s latest movie, the thriller ‘Dark Places’, has opened in the United States. The South African actress plays Libby Day who was just
Three seemingly random plots in the German film “Die Lugen der Sieger” – (The Lies of the Winners) are all related. A man commits suicide by
Independent movies about a call girl and genetically modified foods premiered at the Los Angeles Film FestivalTwo American independent movies by two young film makers had their world premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival. “The Escort” says what it does
Two American independent movies by two young film makers had their world premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival. “The Escort” says what it does
It lacks perhaps the tinge of madness to make it a great movie, but there are good reasons to see “Labyrinth of Lies”. Giulio Ricciarelli’s film