• Lasseter’s Bones

    "Australian history does not read like history but like the most beautiful lies.”

  • Anchorman 2 : The Legend Continues

    In the capable hands of writers Ferrell and McKay, Ron Burgundy’s world has more than enough room for laughs

  • Her

    Here Jonze has taken an almost laughable premise and given it a heart

  • Philomena

    Coogan, Pope and director Stephen Frears have managed to make religion the centerpiece of the film without you really knowing they have

  • Jack Ryan : Shadow Recruit

    Adam Cozard and David Koepp have crafted an entertaining movie – albeit one that might’ve been better titled ‘untitled Kenneth Branagh action thriller’ or...

  • 47 Ronin

    There are a few cool swordfights and some CGI monsters – although nothing you haven’t seen before

  • The Book Thief

    While Sophie Nelisse makes for a terrific Liesel, it's Australia's Geoffrey Rush who steals the show as Hans.

  • Frozen

    The editor's daughter takes a look at Disney's latest

  • Raze

    Zoe Bell stars in this latest addition to the Women in Prison subgenre

  • August : Osage County

    An absolute showcase for today's finest thesps, all absolutely gold as complicated, but frighteningly-relatable characters

  • Veronica Mars

    It might be self-destructive for you, Veronica, but it’s great for us, your loyal backers

  • The Hobbit : The Desolation of Smaug

    ''The Desolation of Smaug'' is just another ''Rings'' film, and that's just not impressive enough anymore.

  • The Jungle

    Like he has in other films, Traucki proves himself a master of tension – a much more important element than simple scares in horror

  • The Jungle Book 2

    Perfectly OK, but essentially just a rehash of the original without the joy, stupendous songs, or emotional beats that had us dropping watery eye-output into...

  • Doc McStuffins : Mobile Clinic

    This new release features five episodes from the popular afternoon toon series "Doc McStuffins"

  • The Machine

    ''The Machine'' is one of the best films so far of 2014 and one of the best sci-fi films in even longer

  • Odd Thomas

    The film isn't terribly successful because of the tone

  • Fruitvale Station

    The story has a structure that seems to keep it from being very cohesive.

  • Ender’s Game

    This is in no way the space epic Harrison Ford will be remembered for

  • Computer Chess

    One of the most distinctive movies so far this year and it's certainly nothing like you've seen before

  • Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

    Neither Affleck nor Mara could put a foot wrong in many films they work in, and the acting all round is uniformly excellent

  • The Lifeguard

    Writer/director Liz W.Garcia's quiet, sometimes slightly sluggish drama is reasonably-engaging coming-of-30 story

  • Thor : The Dark World

    ''Thor : the Dark World'' feels like a playful taunt before the more-satisfying final act

  • Gravity

    You feel like you’re in space, more than you have in a very long time – ironically considering how many movies are set there

  • The Butler

    Make no mistake, it's completely about race relations and only a little bit about being a butler