• Tammy

    A dramadey that actually works best during its most serious moments

  • Life Itself

    Aptly details the live-out-loud personality of the late Roger Ebert

  • The Last Sentence

    Opens on June 20 in New York at the Lincoln Plaza and in Los Angeles at the Laemmele’s Royal Theatre (West Los Angeles)

  • Transformers : Age of Extinction

    It’s more of the same – and for the fans, that’s likely all they want. Right, tiger?

  • 22 Jump Street

    I’m giving the film and extra half-star just for the credits sequence

  • Trust Me

    Gives you the feeling a lot of the negotiation, back-stabbing and veiled threat is taken straight from the corridors of power.

  • Edge of Tomorrow

    Not only moves at a nice pace down the tarmac but shoots for the sky for most of its swift 113 minutes

  • Maleficent

    Add to those great performances some stunning visual effects and you’ve now got proof to the old adage that you CAN teach an older dog...

  • A Million Ways To Die In The West

    dick joke plus cameo divided by pop culture reference - minus wit times by the power of fart gag equals Seth MacFarlane

  • X-Men : Days of Future Past

    Proves to be worth the creased-cushioned wait, delivering more satisfyingly than a fast-footed Hooters waitress

  • Chef

    It’s a feel good film that takes you on the journey (literally a road trip of America) to show you the wonder of food mixing...

  • Healing

    A powerful story of redemption…that runs about half an hour too long

  • Godzilla

    Manages to strike an accurate balance of the serious and silly

  • Bad Neighbours

    The films keeps a surprisingly steady pace throughout given the inherent limitations of the plot

  • Only Lovers Left Alive

    I cannot recommend this film enough, but I would strongly recommend it for those who like to be challenged by films

  • The Double

    Richard Ayoade is evolving as a filmmaker faster than any in recent memory

  • The Other Woman

    With her performance in “The Other Woman,” Leslie Mann becomes a star.

  • Transcendence

    Pfister makes his directorial debut on a reboot of twisty-reeled VHS classic "The Lawnmower Man II : Beyond Cyberspace"

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    Your hands won't be exactly sticky from sheer thrill, but Marc Webb's Lloyd Dobler vs Horace Pinker bout may be good enough to spoil the...

  • The Raid 2

    "The Raid 2" also introduces elements that are decidedly more comic book than the original film

  • Draft Day

    “Draft Day” is an excellent film for anyone that ever rooted for the home team

  • Divergent

    The story beats are simplistic and familiar, but hold within them enough heart to keep you invested

  • Afflicted

    Stay with it, it's a pretty inventive take on a very old cinematic trope.

  • Noah

    There's enough splendour, ambition, intrigue and NutraSweet-for-the-eye to keep Darren Aronofsky's reboot of ''Evan Almighty'' afloat

  • Holy Ghost People

    ''Holy Ghost People'' is good looking and earnest, but it needs a stronger narrative and better characters