John Madden's latest film The Debt has its moments but doesn't live up to it's promising premise.
In Harrison Ford's own words Shia LaBeouf is a "f***ing idiot". Jonathan Looms agrees.
Sam Poppleton takes a look at new regulations on Oscar campaigning.
Jonathan Looms watches 30 Minutes or Less and enjoys another fine comedy from the Zombieland crew.
Ross Jones-Morris seems to think so.
Our reviewer gets very excited about Tomas Alfredson's much anticipated follow up to Let The Right One In.
Rosie Wilson reviews Friends with Benefits, a film that bears a striking resemblance to something else you may have seen this year.
Sam Poppleton on how Frank Sinatra and John McClane caused Conan the Barbarian to flop at the box-office this summer.
Vicky Fryer takes a look at Joss Whedon's upcoming superhero behemoth The Avengers and the years of planning Marvel have put into...
Samantha Shannon-Jones reviews one of the most eagerly anticipated British films of the summer.
Utterly unique, Terence Malick's jumbled and disjointed meditation on life and the universe will divide audiences.
Ross Jones-Morris finds the bosses to be not nearly as horrible as advertised. He did laugh though.
Samantha Shannon-Jones wonders about the future of the Transformers franchise and just where it all went so wrong.
Ex Marvel chairman David Maisel throws his weight behind a film adaptation of Angry Birds. It doesn't look promising.
The final instalment of the world's biggest film franchise is upon us, but does it live up to the hype?
A look at the difficulties facing Arnold Schwarzenegger as he seeks to transition back into his film career.
Ross Jones-Morris struggles to come to terms with the fact that he enjoyed the latest Transformers movie. He asks for your forgiveness.
by Charlotte Turner The name’s Smooth, Mr Smooth. My deadliest weapon? Charm. I work for a top secret organisation and my mission...
A man staggers down a street, leaving a trail of blood in his wake. Some way behind, two men give chase, pistols...