2010 films in all BBC programmes
Mark is taken with James Franco's performance in the story of survival against all odds.
Takashi Miike's tale of warfare between two codes of honour in ancient Japan.
Tim Burton's take on Lewis Carroll's classic story.
An imagined account of Maria Anna Mozart's early life.
A remake of the 1980s horror hit with Jackie Earle Haley and Rooney Mara.
5 live's resident film critic Dr Mark Kermode reviews Mike Leigh's Another Year.
The latest film from Japan's Studio Ghibli, based on the children's book The Borrowers.
Kermode's excursion to Barney's Version provokes certain aspersions.
Mark is moved by the documentary Benda Bilili!, following the story of a Congolese band.
Javier Bardem stars in Biutiful, a story exploring the boundary of life and death.
Sean Bean stars in this drama concerning the outbreak of bubonic plague in England.
Mark is totally entertained by Darren Aronofsky's nutcracker psycho drama.
Dr Mark is very impressed with this relationship drama.
Mark Kermode reviews Brighton Rock, starring Sam Riley, Helen Mirren and John Hurt.
Thriller directed by Rodrigo Cortes and starring Ryan Reynolds.
Black comedy about two 19th century grave robbers.
Vibrant, jazz-fuelled animation depicting a tale of lost love in 1940s Cuba.
Avatar's Sam Worthington plays Perseus in the big-budget 3D remake of the 1981 epic.
Film charting the impact of corporate downsizing on the lives of three ordinary men.
Japanese psychological thriller from director Tetsuya Nakashima.
Mark reviews Confessions, a Japanese psychological thriller from director Tetsuya Nakashima.
With a heavyweight cast and a worthy storyline, will Mark be convinced by Conviction?
Comedy directed by Kevin Smith about a veteran NYPD cop whose rare baseball card is stolen. Stars Bruce Willis.
Gwyneth Paltrow plays a troubled country singer seeking love and redemption.
Mark thinks Despicable Me is a turning point for 3D's future. But which way will it go?
Director Asif Kapadia talks to Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo about his documentary on Formula One legend, Ayrton Senna.
Mark reviews Dream Home, an ultra-violent revenge-fest from Hong Kong.
Mark thinks Easy A's homage to John Hughes deserves a Day Off to go and watch it.
Mark Kermode reviews Easy Money
Is it erotic exoticism or exotic eroticism? Whatever it is, Mark is unimpressed.