Films set in Virginia in all BBC programmes
American Ultra reviewed by Mark Kermode
A CIA agent attempts to smuggle a group of diplomats out of revolutionary Iran.
Mark Kermode reviews Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.
Mark Kermode reviews Blue Ruin.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe star in Ridley Scott's spy thriller.
A disturbed student begins to act on her misplaced dreams of becoming a surgeon.
Mark Kermode reviews Hacksaw Ridge.
Hidden Figures reviewed by Mark Kermode
Mark Kermode reviews Independence Day: Resurgence.
Mark Kermode reviews Jackie.
James King reviews The Interview.
Joseph Gordon Levitt talks to Simon Mayo about his new film, Snowden.
Kathryn Bigelow talks to Mark and Simon about her new film Zero Dark Thirty.
Mark Kermode reviews Last Flag Flying.
Daniel Day-Lewis stars as Abraham Lincoln in Spielberg's new biopic.
Mark Kermode reviews Loving.
Comedy that makes fun of the MacGyver TV series and stars Val Kilmer as the villain.
A couple begin caring for two children found in a forest, having been missing for years.
Mark Kermode reviews Taylor Lautner's 'completely preposterous' action adventure.
Mark takes a look at the X-Men prequel, starring James McEvoy and Michael Fassbender.
Mark Strong joins Mark and Simon in the studio to talk about his role in Zero Dark Thirty.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation reviewed by Robbie Collin
Willis, Freeman, Mirren and Malkovich go for the jugular in this comedy shoot 'em up.
Mark Kermode reviews Red Sparrow.
Mark Kermode reviews Snowden.
Sofia Coppola talks to Simon Mayo about her new film, The Beguiled.
Mark Kermode reviews Spy
Director Steven Spielberg returns to the show and talks to Simon and Mark about his new film Lincoln, nominated for 12 Oscars.
Mark Kermode reviews The Autopsy Of Jane Doe.
Mark Kermode reviews The Beguiled.