4.6

Taxi Tehran

With wit and panache, Jafar Panahi returns to rouse rabbles and debate in the thoroughly engaging Taxi Tehran.
3.8

The Lobster

The Lobster is a unique and oddly affecting take on modern relationships, with a fine cast committing to its deadpan strangeness.
4.0

Tana Bana

Pat Murphy's return behind the camera is a charming and insightful look at the real fruit of the loom.
3.3

The Duff

Whilst not punching entirely above its pay grade, The Duff is a smart and wry teen comedy, and a showcase for the talents of lead Mae Whitman.
3.9

Fruitvale Station

Fruitvale Station is a gripping yet tender portrait of race relations in the US, with excellent performances and confident direction.
2.0

Third Person

What Third Person adds up to is a clumsily orchestrated exercise in emotional masturbation.
3.0

What If

Daniel Radcliffe's continues his emergence from Potter's shadow with What If, an often charming but eventually predictable rom-com that aims for (500) Days Of Summer and falls short.
3.0

The Punk Singer

A multi-faceted but disappointing documentary that gets lost in the intoxicating aura of its idols, and forgets to make its point.