A celebration of the humble bicycle at the Waterfront Hall
A documentary from the makers of Man on Wire makes for uncomfortable viewing
Queen's Film Theatre screen a masterpiece of the horror genre by French director Georges Franju
This really is the final, final destination - or is it?
Based on a comic book, this Hollywood redux gets lost in translation
Stanley Kubrick's modernist masterpiece revisited at Queen's Film Theatre
A final fairwell for the fumbling foursome – but is the silver screen a step too far?
Werner Herzog's Gulf War 'documentary' sparks debate at the Belfast Photo Festival
Northern Irish film-makers master the short film format at the Black Box
The title is long, but the film is short – and packed full of mindless action for all the family
JJ Abrams' homage to all things Spielberg is 'touching and convincing'
It's big and it's fun, but this Made in America superhero romp is not at all dumb
A French suspense film without the suspense makes Romain Duris a dull boy
An 'unpretentious, poignant and unsettling' documentary about fighting Irish travellers
Kristin Scott Thomas continues her creative exile on Gallic soil
White middle-class activists these days, what are they like, eh?
The end of an era for Potter fans as the boy who lived becomes a man
'You would have to admit our lives would be easier if our bosses weren't alive'
Catfights, air rage and one-night stands – who'd be a bridesmaid?
An Irish western with a Tex-Mex soundtrack and a lot of heart - it's not quite Tarantino, but it tries
Terrence Malick creates a 'visual poem' for the 21st century - are you willing to be moved?
Season one exceeded expectations, with season two not far off
A screwball satire set in 1970s France has contemporary resonances and plenty of laughs
An inventive documentary telling the tragic story of Ayrton Senna, the Brazilian racing legend
Killer characters and a marvelous cast can't make up for a convulted plot in DC's latest offering
Guillem Morales' latest feature is a worthy addition to the growing canon of top-notch Spanish suspense flicks
It has a new setting, a new bride, but few new ideas - Todd Phillips' sequel is a major comedown
Irish dancing hopefuls from New York to Russia compete for a trophy and make for an engaging documentary
Joe Cornish’s slick directorial debut is gripping and funny - if you like The Goonies, you'll love this
An 'audacious and bizzare' departure for director Kenneth Branagh - but it's not as bad as it looks
This gritty fantasy can do no wrong as far as Tammy Moore is concerned
'Like a diet of bitter herbs - this film leaves you unsatisfied,' writes Fionola Meredith
A screening on the Lagan Boat has Andrew Johnston pining for dry land
Filmed in Northern Ireland, this garish comedy is 'gross, obnoxious and puerile'. Andrew Johnston loves it
Peter McCaughan gets hooked up to the machine - literally - to experience Emotional Response Cinema
Narcissistic wannabes, a plot to kill Bono and a last screen appearance by Pete Postlewaite make this a movie not to miss
A 'deliciously diabolical' Northern Irish animation about spides and their wicked ways
Ken Loach has his say on the war in Iraq in this 'old-fashioned thriller of which John Le Carre would be proud'
A Moving on Music Festival screening introduces the wierd and wonderful Tom Zé
A screening at the Moving on Music Festival has Steven Rainey waxing lyrical
A British remake of a British classic - but was it worth the effort?
Gritty, cool and unsentimental, Richard Ayoade's dramedy is unlike anything British cinema has produced in eons
Can art be made of the world's largest rubbish dump, Rio's Jardim Gramacho?
The illustrated sections are unnecessary, but Beat aficionado James Meredith is impressed nevertheless
The Dude becomes the Duke in the Cohen brothers' western remake that delivers on just about every front
A refreshingly honest portrayal of an average relationship on the rocks - perhaps not one for Valentine's Day
The majority are longer than 15 seconds, but this film festival is more than just a gimmick
Javier Bardem plays a cancer-riddled gangster who talks to ghosts - a possibilty for best foreign language film at the Oscars
A master-class in how the 'one-percent' rob the rest of us blind by Michael Moore
The personal cost of ambition and desire is viscerally explored in Darren Aronofsky's latest feature
A Scottish City of God chronicles the career path of a petty thug on a Glasgow Estate
No anecdotes, no filming, as the 1970s TV star recites classic works by Pablo Neruda
Geoffrey Rush shines as an unorthodox speech therapist alongside Colin Firth's troubled King Edward
Block up the chimney, Santa's not happy in Finland's festive answer to Let the Right One In
A gruelling tale of survival in the Siberian wastelands leaves Ralph McLean pining for some Christmas frivolity
The true story of the abduction and murder of seven Cistercian monks in Algeria is Mike Catto's film of the year
Lost lords and magical swords, the kids will find an escape in the third instalment of the Narnia franchise
A showcase from the next generation of Irish directors at the Foyle Film Festival impresses Michael Harrison
The 21st century noir shocker opens the Foyle Film Festival in style, writes Michael Harrison
Too much navel gazing and not enough action makes Harry a dull boy