The humour is to be found both in Faris’ performance and the hilarious ways Christy deals with her problems
Manages to strike an accurate balance of the serious and silly
Not only moves at a nice pace down the tarmac but shoots for the sky for most of its swift 113 minutes
The rom-com greats are all giving a good tickle ... but the pokes miss as much as they hit
Simmering with supernatural elements and featuring familiar and fan-favourite characters
Find out what happens when the angels of Heaven come to earth in the ninth (!) season
While Murphy is the standout, ''Beverly Hills Cop'' wouldn’t have been as successful without his two unlikely sidekicks
It's Gilliam doing what his fans love him for – whether you love it will depend on where you stand on his...
The immense action sequences rule in the film - perfectly staged, spectacularly captured and bursting with energy, they easily steal attention.
There's enough splendour, ambition, intrigue and NutraSweet-for-the-eye to keep Darren Aronofsky's reboot of ''Evan Almighty'' afloat
dick joke plus cameo divided by pop culture reference - minus wit times by the power of fart gag equals Seth MacFarlane
The story beats are simplistic and familiar, but hold within them enough heart to keep you invested
The films keeps a surprisingly steady pace throughout given the inherent limitations of the plot
Let’s admit it; no one was ever going to lava this one.
Holds up in the creative freedom of improvisation but now and then falls flat to it
David Lynch and Mark Frost’s short-lived but feverishly-loved ‘90s sensation arrives on Blu-ray in superlative Great Northern style
Never send a female to do a man's job?
"Everything is Awesome!" .. An appropriate song, as it fit’s the movie it’s featured in perfectly.
July, 1985. While taking bets on a fellow bull rider at the rodeo Ron Woodruff (McConaughey) glances at the day’s newspaper.
Tense and well told, “Non Stop” is another feather in the directorial cap of James Collet-Serra
A tongue in cheek action flick that takes you a little while to get on board with
I’m giving the film and extra half-star just for the credits sequence
"Australian history does not read like history but like the most beautiful lies.”
In the capable hands of writers Ferrell and McKay, Ron Burgundy’s world has more than enough room for laughs
Here Jonze has taken an almost laughable premise and given it a heart
Coogan, Pope and director Stephen Frears have managed to make religion the centerpiece of the film without you really knowing they have
Adam Cozard and David Koepp have crafted an entertaining movie – albeit one that might’ve been better titled ‘untitled Kenneth Branagh action...
There are a few cool swordfights and some CGI monsters – although nothing you haven’t seen before
While Sophie Nelisse makes for a terrific Liesel, it's Australia's Geoffrey Rush who steals the show as Hans.
The editor's daughter takes a look at Disney's latest