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New Moon director Chris Weitz strips away the visual effects for drama A Better Life. 'A Better Life' review Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender and Keira Knightley keep it tasteful in a meditation on sex. 'A Dangerous Method' review Simon Pegg plays a cripplingly paranoid writer in this ADD-afflicted comedy. 'A Fantastic Fear of Everything' review Sightseers director takes a demented trip through the English Civil War. 'A Field in England' review Bruce Willis becomes weary comic relief in a paper-thin new chapter. 'A Good Day to Die Hard' review Digital Spy sparks up with Harold and Kumar for the third time. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Taylor Lautner's star vehicle is held back by a dire screenplay. 'Abduction' review That's it then. Richard Curtis's last directorial effort is a time-hopping romance with Rachel McAdams 'About Time' review For a film that tackles the undead, this atrocious mess is fittingly lifeless. 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' review Tina Fey and Paul Rudd are left floundering in this uneven romcom. 'Admission' review Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara star in this striking American indie drama. 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' review What's the verdict on Steve Coogan's debut outing as North Norfolk Digital's DJ? Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa - first review Glenn Close in an Oscar-nominated role as a 19th century butler. Yes, you read that correctly... 'Albert Nobbs' review Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox star in this atrocious James Patterson adaptation. 'Alex Cross' review Robert Redford is lost at sea in JC Chandor's Margin Call follow-up. 'All Is Lost' review - LFF 2013 The American Pie gang is back for more mayhem, but is it too soon? American Pie: Reunion review - Our verdict Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or winner is a pitiless, poignant triumph. 'Amour' review - LFF 2012 Keira Knightley headlines an adaptation of the Tolstoy classic that will make your eyes water. Anna Karenina review: Digital Spy verdict Rhys Ifans dirties his hands (with ink) as the scribe supposedly usurped by Shakespeare. 'Anonymous' review Brit Marling co-writes and stars in this impressive independent drama. 'Another Earth' review Richard Gere's character study of a shady businessman dominates this fine thriller. 'Arbitrage' review Ben Affleck directs true story of a daring rescue during the Iranian Revolution. 'Argo' review - LFF 2012 Life-or-death political drama meets Hollywood satire in Affleck's third film. Digital Spy's 'Argo' review Studio Ghibli weave another enchanting tale with Arrietty, an adaptation of The Borrowers. 'Arrietty' review Keri Russell stars as a Jane Austen obsessive in this romantic comedy misfire. Keri Russell in 'Austenland' - review Jim Carrey and Robert Zemeckis reinterpret the Dickens classic in the motion capture A Christmas Carol. A Christmas Carol Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener, Philip Seymour Hoffman make beautiful music together. 'A Late Quartet' review Kate Hudson tries too hard to liven up this story of love, laughs and death. A Little Bit of Heaven This smug, lightweight Nick Hornby adaptation uses suicide as a MacGuffin. A Long Way Down review: Glib and grating Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet star in this cute if predictable romantic comedy. A Lot Like Love Is this comedy-Western Oscars redemption for Seth MacFarlane? A Million Ways to Die in the West review Philip Seymour Hoffman closes in on a suspected terrorist in A Most Wanted Man. Hoffman's final starring role reviewed A stunning turn from Philip Seymour Hoffman powers Anton Corbijn's thriller. A Most Wanted Man review ★★★★ Colin Farrell finds immortal love, but this modern fairy-tale is a bit of a drag... A New York Winter's Tale review Another horror franchise is ruthlessly pillaged by Michael Bay. A Nightmare On Elm Street Trouble is brewing in paradise for Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich, but can they survive this enjoyable thriller? A Perfect Getaway Lighten up and enjoy A Serious Man, the latest offering from the Coen brothers. A Serious Man Colin Firth stands out from the crowd in a multi-award-nominated performance. A Single Man Cannes presents a restored colour version of Georges Méliès's 1902 movie A Trip to the Moon. A Trip to the Moon (Cannes 2011) Liam Neeson is walking tall in a thriller based on the best-selling book. A Walk Among the Tombstones review