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Six of the best: Film
theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top movies out now
Boyhood ***** Linklater unveils his labour of love, over a decade in the making, and it's a doozy
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes **** War, ooh ooh eee eee aah, what is it good for?
Finding Vivian Maier **** A talented, mysterious street photographer emerges, posthumously, in this intriguing documentary
Lilting **** Hong Khaou's impressive debut feature charts the landscapes of grief
The Rover **** Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson battle across a grimly convincing Outback dystopia
Welcome to New York **** Depardieu goes beyond the pale, in a blistering film inspired by Strauss-Kahn
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This incredibly beautiful homegrown British thriller can't quite do the business
This heartfelt Palestinian drama is a poetic look at one kid’s journey of displacement
Jenny Slate stars in a frank, wry study of female arrested development
Jon Hamm makes his bid for movie stardom in a semi-winning baseball drama
Brendan Gleeson stars in this twee and trite Canadian comedy from Don McKellar
A raw take on Australia in potent outback crime drama
Frank Miller's 3D return to the world of Basin City proves a grotty and flat experience
Fritz Lang's lunar epic shines in a gleaming new print
As filmmaker and man, Attenborough had a tireless energy for useful work
Film about a lovesick teenage musical prodigy has a decidedly tin ear
Scarlett Johansson as a kickass brainiac is Luc Besson's latest superheroine fantasy
High theatricality and countyside capers in winning French comedy treat