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Joe Calzaghe with his father Enzo

Mr Calzaghe is a straightforward documentary about the life and career of legendary Welsh boxer, Joe Calzaghe

A still from the Church of England's advert

Who wants to live in a country where the Our Father is deemed offensive?

A scene from Spotlight

Spotlight chronicles the Boston Globe’s uncovering of the clergy sex abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of Boston in 2002

Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years

In Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, the past comes back to haunt a seemingly happily married couple

'Posey Simmonds’s characters are conceived in two dimensions'

Gemma Bovery is a contrived comedy; briefly enjoyable but lacking depth

Michael Dowd: 'like Joe Pesci after 12 double espressos'

Precinct Seven Five is a riveting documentary about cops gone very wrong, while Trainwreck is another tedious comedy off the Judd Apatow production line

Sadness and wonder: Paul Dano as a young Brian Wilson in Love & Mercy

A biopic about Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson is an understated gem

People bow to statues of North Korea’s founder Kim Il-sung and his son Kim Jong-il (PA)

An enjoyable account of the barely believable lengths the former North Korea went to in the name of propaganda

Montgomery Clift as a conflicted priest in Hitchcock’s I Confess

An even-handed study of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinema highlights the great director’s Catholic worldview

Trouble ahead: A scene from Force Majeure

Force Majeure is both a tense family drama and a brilliant black comedy