There has been a lot of hype from critics about Martin Scorsese’s new movie, Hugo, but is it as good as they make it out to be?
The holidays are awash with family films as always. Happy Feet 2 is most certainly the cutest out of the lot, although not necessarily the best
The festive season is well and truly upon us. Struggling to decide what to watch this Christmas? Check out my top five Christmas films for some suggestions!
Deemed as a prequel rather than an a remake The Thing (2011) lacks the element that made John Carpenter’s version a classic
Don’t be put off by the subtitles; The Skin I Live In is one of the most original films I’ve seen a long time, proving that Antonio Banderas is capable of so much more than Puss in boots.
Arthur Christmas, at first glance, looks like another animated Christmas film aimed at the kids. Thankfully it is far from that; reducing even the most mature cinema-goer to fits of giggles.
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Depicting a society where the rich can live forever, the dystopian sci-fi In Time sees the return of Justin Timberlake to the big screen. Is it a welcome return?
Tintin returns in the guise of Jamie Bell thanks to state of the art motion capture technology, but is it as good other animations out at the cinema at the moment?
On the surface Real Steel is just another action film with robots in it, but it turns out to be deeper than that; featuring a troubled father-son relationship and a heart warming second half
Rowan Atkinson is back in Johnny English Reborn, adding to the array of British films out at the moment but is it any good?
Contagion, bursting at the seams with stars, documents the spread of a flu virus with disastrous consequences. Just make sure you have hand sanitizer with you when you see it