- My, what big eyes you have
Months before the release of The Grey, this newspaper had already received a message from some lupine anti-defamation league.
- How not to grow up
Young Adult and The Hunger Games both explore the uncomfortable space between youth and maturity.
- 'Scuse me while I kiss this pie
It is now 13 years since American Pie, and all those virginities are well and truly lost.
- Gods on the run
Wrath of the Titans features silliness and predictability in epic proportions, writes Shaun de Waal.
- Christopher and the Berlin boys
Christopher and His Kind is the adaptation of the autobiography by Christopher Isherwood.
- Gender bender unsettles and affects
Glenn Close has been trying to get a film of Albert Nobbs, George Moore's novella set in the 1800s, off the ground since 1982.
- The charm offensive
Let us not overstate the wonderfulness of The Artist, writes Shaun de Waal
- Gloriously funny and achingly tender
The Artist has to be the first film that has left Peter Bradshaw weeping tears of joy.
- Ciphers in the shadows
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is absorbing in its thinky, downbeat way; it's an intelligent adaptation of a long, complicated tale .
- Good cop, bad cop
Rampart is a gripping movie, and a great addition to the Ellroy canon.