Zack Snyder kicks off the summer blockbuster season in style with Man of Steel; is it a super origin story? Almost.
Baz Lurhrmann is renowned for creating super stylish films and his latest feature, The Great Gatsby, is no exception. Yet this adaptation of the great American novel is completely void of substance.
I wouldn’t say Judd Apatow’s This is 40 is 40 minutes too long. Maybe just 30.
Whilst it’s no Bridesmaids, the producer of Bruno’s directorial debut is a surprisingly funny wedding comedy
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.
The novel and film The Perks of Being A Wallflower has been a serious hit with young hipsters; does it live up to the hype? The amazing soundtrack and chemistry doesn’t make up for the unlikeable plot reveal.
For some critics to recommend just going to see Attack the Block again over The Watch is incredibly unfair and unjust. With the only similarity being the inclusion of an alien race, the two films are very different. Although not a bad film, anyone will be disappointed with The Watch if they’re expecting a Joe Cornish film, rather than an Akiva Schaffer one.
Twenty-two years since the release of the original Total Recall, Len Wiseman’s reworking of the cult classic is now out in cinemas. With some serious changes to the plot; is it as good as the Arnie version? Fans might be disappointed
Director Icíar Bollaín’s También la Lluvia (Even the Rain) has been incredibly well received by critics, but is it as good as they make it out to be? In many ways; yes, although the pacing just isn’t quite right
The Lorax is finally out in the UK and boy has it been eagerly anticipated in our household. Does it live up to the high expectations? Not for all of us