Vicky Fryer takes on the latest alien invasion movie, and finds a disappointment.
Got a mainstream classic you want to find an indie match for? Rebecca Gillie can help! This week: Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd...
Dadaist surrealism, or a celebration of falling down, farts and poo? Hugo Gordon tries to define the latest Jackass film.
The future of the Tron franchise looks worrying, but Helen O’Horan finds a saving grace in its soundtrack.
Michael Letzer finds this British production - half documentary, half drama - to be stylized, sensitive and deeply saddening.
Can the latest comedy from Todd Phillips match up to his work on The Hangover? Abigail Enoch doesn't think so.
Personal, funny, and heartbreaking all at the same time - Emily Searles is overjoyed by a family film done right.
"Does Saw 3D end things on a satisfying note? Nah, not really." Hugo Gordon explains why.
Africa United is a difficult film to judge, but Rebecca Gillie gets to grips with this family-friendly adventure.
Natasha Rao talks to one of India’s biggest film stars about Bollywood, women’s rights and life in the public eye.
Michael Letzer finds Paranormal Activity 2 more boring than bloodcurdling.
For Sarah Reeve, Red is more of a comedy than your average action flick - a mix of reunions, shootouts, silliness and...
Vicky Fryer discovers Legend of the Guardians is is not some sweet kids’ tale, but an epic fantasy.
Fancy scaring yourself silly on Halloween? Emily Searles recommends some fearsome flicks.
What to do in a zombie apocalypse? Martin Felle advises.
For Sarah Reeve, Despicable Me doesn't prove entirely despicable.
In the first of a new series of subject-specific recommendations, Paul Byrant picks out some number-friendly films for Mathmos.
In this line of work, I tend to forget that Hollywood – and indeed the entertainment industry – is a business at...
The Social Network, a modern-day Citizen Kane? For Rebecca Gillie, it makes more sense than you might think.