Tag: london-film-festival-2014

Fury (London Film Festival 2014) Review

War is evil, gruesome, and actually rather dull...

The Little Death (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Several couples aim to improve their sex lives in the controversial but very funny The Little Death.

Eden (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Mia Hansen-Løve's superbly sonic drama charts the rise and fall of a DJ lost in his own loop.

The Mule (London Film Festival 2014) Review

First arrest a man. Producing the evidence is number two, in more ways than one...

Hungry Hearts (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher star in a New York romance that unexpectedly enters the horror genre.

Dearest (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Peter Chan's latest tells two hugely engrossing sides to a child abduction incident in China.

Rosewater (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Jon Stewart's directorial debut is a competent, unspectacular retelling of how a journalist visiting Iran was charged with espionage.

The Falling (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Carol Morley's suspenseful coming-of-ager is worth falling for.

Men, Women & Children (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Jason Reitman discovers entering a Wi-Fi password will ruin your life.

The Imitation Game (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Benedict Cumberbatch shines as Alan Turing in an efficient, unimaginative retelling of how the Enigma code was cracked.

Spring (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Love and death pair up in a gothic romance that brings a new meaning to 'Before Sunrise' tributes.

Dear White People (London Film Festival 2014) Review

A witty open letter about the state of racism in 21st century America.

Güeros (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Alonso Ruizpalacios' road trip takes a strike from the strike.

Hard to Be a God (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Aleksei German's three-hour nightmare is a future set in the past.

Björk: Biophilia Live (London Film Festival 2014) Review

All is full of Björk in the Icelandic singer's extravagant stage show

10,000 km (London Film Festival 2014) Review

A moving, inventive take on relationship 2.0 in a digital age.

The Duke of Burgundy (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Peter Strickland's inventive S&M romance argues love means never saying no (unless the other person wants you to)

Camp X-Ray (London Film Festival 2014) Review

Kristen Stewart is out of her depth playing someone out of her depth.