It’s been a bit of a mixed start 2012 with some stinkers and some superb releases. Alexander Payne’s The Descendants has created a huge amount of buzz, is it as good as everyone says it is?
We’re only two months into the year and we’re already on our second action film of the year. The only problem is Man on a Ledge is so distinctly lacking in action, it’s difficult to label it with a genre
I can’t quite believe I’m reviewing Jack and Jill..
Advertised as a fast-paced action flick involving Liam Neeson bare knuckle fighting with wolves, I didn’t have particularly high expectations in The Grey. Did it surprise me, or did Neeson repeat the same mistakes he did with Unknown?
The Artist took the majority of awards from the major categories at this year’s British Academy Film Awards, find out who else won at the 2012 BAFTAs.
The first out of my “most anticipated films of 2012″, Chronicle had very high expectations. Was this new perspective on super powers enough to win me over?
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Need a film to snuggle up to with your loved one that’s a little different? Check out my favourite films about relationships for inspiration
Unfortunately my mantra “Every Ewan McGregor film is a good film” lets me down once again in Steven Soderbergh’s Haywire
There has been a lot of hype about Meryl Streep’s performance as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, but does her performance of the former British Prime Minister live up to her stern reputation?
It’s no lie that I love animated films, so when the French “A Monster in Paris” was announced I had very high hopes. Unfortunately, in this case animation is definitely for kids and not for all the family.
Top Oscar contender My Week With Marilyn has received nothing but praise from critics, is it really as captivating as everyone makes it out to be? I went to Ludlow Assembly Rooms to see if it lived up to the hype
In an acception to the general rule, War Horse explores events up to and throughout the First World War. Despite it being a little lengthy and overly sentimental, I still cried. Twice.