I haven't reviewed any films for a while, so let me just mention three that I liked:
1. My Night at Maud's -- a classic, black and white French film from the 1960s, which manages to have a real story while still revolving around rather philosophical conversation about Pascal, Marx, and so on. Something of a must see for people who like that sort of thing.
2. Machete -- very different. Massive amounts of comic-book-style violence, and nothing remotely deep to say, but well done and fun if you like juvenile nonsense.
3. The Trip -- Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon largely improvise the dialogue as comically unpleasant and annoying, respecitvely, versions of themselves while driving across the north of England on an all-expenses-paid eating trip.