Robert Moyes

PERFECTLY POTABLE: Wine notes with Robert Moyes

Go on a Wild Goose chase

M FILM – A Killer Black Comedy

The Legend of Barney Thomson is the story of a downtrodden barber in working class Glasgow

PERFECTLY POTABLE: Wine notes with Robert Moyes

See Ya Later’s Rover ‘best in show’

M FILM – The Prime of Miss Maggie Smith

The same actor who performed the homeless Mary Shepherd on the London stage nearly two decades ago reprises her role

M FILM – Human patriot missiles

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is an intense, deliberately jagged reenactment

A spotlight on sex abuse

It’s hard not to think of the Watergate classic All The President’s Men when watching Spotlight

M FILM – Bridge to the Oscars

Bridge of Spies is a Cold War spy thriller elegantly directed by Steven Spielberg

M FILM – Here’s Johnny!

There is Oscar buzz because of Johnny Depp's astonishing portrayal of notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger in Black Mass

M FILM – An Irish history lesson

Infinitely Polar Bear refreshing portrayal of mental illness

M FILM – Eaten alive by fame

Amy does a great job of showing the emergence of Amy Winehouse’s extraordinary talent

M FILM – Pixar plays mind games

Some critics have suggested that Inside is like a pint-size version of the sci-fi mind-bender Inception

M FILM – A trip to Tomorrowland

Visually inspired by the various futuristic Disneyland park rides of the same name, glossy Tomorrowland is decidedly Spielbergian

M FILM – A heart in focus

Visually rich and emotionally powerful, the award winning Salt of the Earth.

M FILM – Terror in Belfast

’71 is a gritty and adrenaline-soaked drama about a young British soldier, just out of boot camp in 1971

M FILM – Racial satire right on target

The sharply written Dear White People is a Sundance award winner

The year’s best movies

Monday film critic Robert Moyes asks: have you seen this year's best films?

M FILM – Building to a crescendo

Whiplash benefits from powerful performances: Simmons is a totally convincing bully, while Teller is touchingly vulnerable

M FILM – Life in a War Zone

A Thousand Times Good Night opens with a harrowing sequence as a group of women attend a burial in the desert outside of Kabul.

M FILMS: Burning Man… and a Brain on Fire

Monday film critic Robert Moyes previews Taking My Parents to Burning Man and Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia

M FILMS: Blast from the past

Film critic Robert Moyes is excited about the re-release of Stop Making Sense, Jonathan Demme's The Talking Heads concert film