JOE GLENTON explains his need to respond to a world that is unsustainably divided
ENO's production of La Boheme is a triumph,
THIS film comes garlanded with awards and good intentions, but it is more puzzling than enlightening.
CHARLIZE (Monster) Theron stars as Flux, a rebel in a B-movie version of the animated TV sci-fi drama about a conspiracy theory in which she's supposed to assassinate the leader of the opposition, only to realise that she fancies the man. What is a good girl to do?
SIMILAR in mood to Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden, Josh Appignanesi's debut feature film has reappropriated the theme of alienation and transplanted it to north London's Orthodox Jewish community.
RECALLING Disney's Lilo and Stitch, Chicken Little is one of those raucous children's movies with a lot of fun and shouting.
EARLY in this unendurable alleged comedy, when someone asks: "What's that about?" they're told: "Nothing - go back to sleep."
FROM the director of Sympathy for Mr Vengeance and Old Boy, this third in a trilogy returns to the theme of a grudge with a vengeance, horrifying the audience with the practised hand of an aesthetic sadist.
GREYFRIARS Bobby was a terrier who kept a vigil over the grave of his master, a policeman who had died of tuberculosis, in Greyfriars churchyard in Edinburgh between 1858 and his own death in 1872.
GORDON THOMAS ponders over a thoughtful puzzle posed by an intriguing set of notebooks created by a mad mathematician.
JEFF SAWTELL welcomes a cliched but worthy soap-style courtroom drama about one woman's fight against misogyny.