Not even Ethan Hunt can save Jack Reacher from being a dull, cliched boys film.
Even I’m surprised that The Impossible didn’t make me cry. Not even Ewan McGregor breaking down on screen can thaw this hardened, cynical heart.
Pitch Perfect is aca-awesome
Now that the end of January is upon us, here’s my final look at the world of film in 2012.
No surprises here: I didn’t like The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Mr Jackson, I’d like my three hours back please.
Yann Martel’s Life of Pi was dubbed the unfilmable book, but Ang Lee managed to do a fine job even though I didn’t like it as much everyone else.
My second viewing at @ShrewsburyFS was Woody Allen’s critically acclaimed Midnight in Paris. Whilst I loved seeing Fitzgerald, Hemingway and even Eliot on the screen, I’m certain not everyone would share my appreciation.
An explosion of colour, beautiful effects and a fantastic voice cast unite to form the best, and most surprising, animation of 2012: Rise of the Guardians
In the latest edition of the Movie Talking Podcast Amy, Kieran and Rob take a look at the anthology film genre, featuring Love Actually, Pulp Fiction and Magnolia.
Surprisingly, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted turned out to be one of the best animations of 2012.
Now that we’ve seen the worst of 2012, let’s take a look at the best.
In the first part of my 2012 round up, here are the worst films of the year. What’s your least favourite over the past 12 months?