Cara Delevingne Is The One Bright Spark In Jake Schreier’s Insipid “Paper Towns”

Simon Evans & Luke Ostler find there's very little to recommend about Jake Schreier's Paper Towns...

Top 10 Crime Gone Wrong Films

Neal Damiano joins the bank robbers and the jewel thieves, the cops giving chase and the unwitting victims caught in the crossfire as Top 10 Films checks out the greatest crime-gone-wrong movies...

WIN “The Skeleton Twins” Starring Kristen Wiig on DVD

Top 10 Films is very pleased to be able to offer THREE DVDs of acclaimed comedy The Skeleton Twins starring Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig and Luke Wilson to THREE lucky readers...

“Serena” Appears Suspiciously Compromised

A suspiciously compromised film, Serena is an odd entry in the Bradley Cooper-Jennifer Lawrence group of work that doesn't really work. Ryan Pollard gives us the good and the bad...

WIN the Acclaimed Leviathan on Blu-ray

Top 10 Films is very pleased to be giving away the Blu-ray of Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan to three lucky readers. See below for free entry details… Competition has now closed. Set in the remote Russian northwest, Leviathan is the tragic tale of one man’s struggle...

“Melancholia” Is No Friend To Man

Not all doomsday movies feature moments of macho heroism in the face of overwhelming danger, as Mark Fraser discovered while watching a recent work by one of modern European cinema’s most idiosyncratic directors.
Posted On 03 Feb 2015

“Retribution” Paints the Powerful Portrait of a Family on the Brink of Dissolution

Aaron Paul makes a successful move from TV's Breaking Bad to cinema with writer-director Kat Candler's powerful portrait of a family on the brink of dissolution...

Philip Seymour Hoffman Excels as a Boozy Lowlife in Downbeat Drama “God’s Pocket”

Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in one of his final roles as a boozy lowlife who tries to cover-up the truth behind his stepson's suspicious death but a reporter, who senses something amiss, is out to get the real facts.