Biyi Bandele's attractive adaptation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's bestseller is a diverting but surface-level saga that, true to its title, feels less than whole.
Kids and adults mature enough to handle mild animal peril will be duly enchanted by this plucky primate tale.
Tsai Ming-liang's family portrait will be adored by his hardcore devotees and precisely no one else.
Alexandros Avranas' airless but accomplished sophomore feature is another one of the new Greek cinema's nightmare narratives.
Lukas Moodysson makes a sweet, spirited return to form with this utterly delightful evocation of early teenage life.
Neither as striking nor as scary as its predecessor, Greg McLean's robustly crafted sequel is still quite a ride.
Justin Edgar's third feature is amusing, appealingly performed and sensibly brief.
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.