One of the best of the teenage romance films, Say Anything works best because it does not try and sicken the audience with an overtly sentimental or mawkish narrative, but is happy to focus on a more simple story of love.
A rather brilliant piece of science-fiction. Arrival tells an unconventional tale of language, the fluidity of time and a mothers love, all concealed behind a conventional tale of an alien invasion.
Scum remains one of the most powerful British films of all time. The film is not undeserving of the notoriety that surrounds it, but deserves to be remembered for much more than the admittedly brutal imagery.
Bill Forsyth’s tale of a high-flying American executive and his negotiations with the eccentric locals in a remote Scottish village remains a perfect film. It is an unassuming, effortlessly charming piece of filmmaking that never fails to leave a smile on your face.