• The Hobbit : Battle of the Five Armies

    If Peter Jackson had enough of a sense of humour and Warner Bros let him, this movie...

  • Paddington

    Like an exhausted, bespectacled valedictorian on Prom night, ”Paddington” isn’t as unappealingly “stuffed” as one might expect,...

  • Big Hero 6

    While not a shade on the first five instalments in the series*, Disney’s ”Big Hero 6” has...

  • The Homesman

    A story about resilience, forgiveness and redemption, “The Homesman” is a well-cast, well-intentioned film that hopefully read...

  • Exodus : Gods and Kings

    The presence of Christian Bale in front of the camera and Ridley Scott behind it in ”Exodus:...

  • Wild

    Reese Witherspoon follows in the footsteps of many a former strictly commercial actress to do a small...

  • Horrible Bosses 2

    What do you do when your trio of friends get away with trying to kill your bosses?...

  • Foxcatcher

    ”Foxcatcher” has the same high prestige gloss as Bennett Miller’s ”Moneyball”. It’s a similar story that’s less...

  • Men, Women & Children

    Jason Reitman’s latest is the of Bing of movies – it’s basically got what you need, and...

  • The Hunger Games : Mockingjay Part 1

    Like a tasty Rainbow ice-cream crammed into a slight kid’s cone, the latest installment of The Hunger...

  • The Lookalike

    Drug lord William Spinks (John Savage) has arranged – through his friends Bobby and Frank – an...

  • Dumb & Dumber To

    1994. What a year. For those of you too young to remember, 1994 was the year O.J....

  • Open Windows

    ”Open Windows” is unlikely to be remembered in the same company as ”Jaws”, ”Jurassic Park”, ”Pulp Fiction”...

  • Nightcrawler

    This film is actually a very insightful study into characterisation, and not in a good way. It’s...

  • Interstellar

    Ask any Chris Nolan fan what they like about ”Inception”, ”Memento” and (to a lesser extent) the...

  • The Best of Me

    Just as the castaways on ”Lost” weren’t meant to get off the island, moviegoers aren’t mean to...

  • St. Vincent

    Recently Denzel Washington graced our movie screens with ”The Equalizer”, teaching us two things. One, he can...

  • Birdman

    There haven’t been many parallels drawn between ”Birdman” and the work of Woody Allen, but both are...

  • Camp X-Ray

    The script doesn't give Stewart a whole lot of range, but she plays the buttoned down soldier...

  • Whiplash

    It's a rollercoaster, a tour de force and for the first time in a long time, as...

  • Fury

    Part “Das Boat” with a bit of “Platoon” tossed in for good measure

  • The Judge

    A throwback to the swag of family-at-odds dramas that flooded the theaters in the early ’80s.

  • Two Night Stand

    Katherine Heigl and her cutesy sweet rom-com tone are nowhere to be found

  • Automata

    Robots and our relationship to them have always been rich picking for movies. ”Blade Runner”, ”I, Robot”...

  • Annabelle

    Offers nothing truly original to the genre and is very much a paint-by-numbers horror film

  • Gone Girl

    Expect to be Scott Howard at the 0:09 mark of "Teen Wolf" for the duration.

  • Pride

    A heartstring tugger that wears its warm and fuzzy credentials very much on its sleeve.

  • The Equalizer

    Sharply directed, and bloody as hell, "The Equalizer" returns Washington to "Training Day" territory

  • Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case

    A couple of years ago the film “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” gave many their first look at...

  • The Maze Runner

    ''To start with, so much about it seems to be trying to brand-associate with ''The Hunger Games''''

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