A Girl At My Door
Doona Bae (Cloud Atlas) and Kim Sae-ron star in writer-director July Jung's drama about an abused teenager and her unlikely friendship with a policewoman.
Sci-fi comedy that combines the talents of Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and director Barry Sonnenfeld to hilarious, endearing effect. A huge hit
Having conquered the 1996 summer box-office with Independence Day, Will Smith repeated the trick the following year, this time by teaming up with Tommy Lee Jones and director Barry Sonnenfeld for this daftly enjoyable action movie about secret agents who keep the earth's alien population under control.
This sees them having to track down an intergalactic cockroach terrorist (D'Onofrio) who has assumed human form. Cue special-effects field day, culminating in the inevitably destructive, pyrotechnic finale at a New York science park.
The real revelation here is Jones, who displays previously untapped comic abilities, while a string of silly setpieces (check out the alien birth, for example) keep this chugging amiably along to the elaborate man-vs-alien showdown. Not only that, but Jones in tandem with Smith makes for a great comic partnership.
It's flawed - for one thing, this is one of the few movies you could accuse of being too short (95 minutes).
Shooting has started in Cincinnati on The Killing of a Sacred Deer,¿ which reunites Colin Farrell with director/producer Yorgos Lanthimos, following the critical and commercial success of The Lobster.
39 titles from Film4's library will be launched to buy or rent on iTunes and Amazon on August 1st, 2016. The collection includes classics and award-winners which will be available for digital download
The best all-singing, all-dancing showstoppers every committed to screen
A summary of the critics and film professionals who voted for the top 50 Horror films of the 21st Century