All Is Lost (12A)
Robert Redford, right, is the only actor on screen throughout this unique drama, as a lone sailor lost in the Indian Ocean, his yacht damaged and a savage storm on the horizon. We're with this calm and resourceful man every step of the way, as he strives to stay alive against the odds. The film is meticulously detailed, realistic and - despite barely a word being spoken - riveting. Its trump card is Redford, a marvellous 77 and looking every inch the maritime man. His character has a shave just before the storm. Now there's a cool customer.
47 Ronin (12A)
Keanu Reeves stars in this swords-and-sorcery adventure, as an outcast enlisted by a band of leaderless Samurai to help them seek revenge against the warlord who murdered their master. Witches and giants bar their way.
How To Make Money Selling Drugs (18)
Documentary on the drug trade features interviews with drug dealers, prison employees and lobbyists arguing for tougher drug laws, combining a playful presentation with a damning verdict on America's war on drugs.
The Patience Stone (15)
It's remarkable to think that French screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere has worked on such film classics as Diary Of A Chambermaid, Belle De Jour, The Tin Drum, Cyrano De Bergerac and The Unbearable Lightness Of Being. Here he aids author-turned-director Atiq Rahimi adapt his own novel about a woman in an unnamed war-torn Middle Eastern country, who pours out her feelings, frustrations and desires to her paralysed husband. Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani delivers a stunning, always gripping performance.