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.
Are today’s films scientifically accurate? Does it matter? Vicky Fryer gives her opinion.
Sarah Reeve casts an ‘artistic eye’ over some unappreciated mainstream movies, and adds a bit of intellectual flavour.
In Kathy Keown's opinion, the Wall Street sequel definitely isn't a sleeper hit.
Rosie Wilson gets to grips with the proverbial magic dragon in her review of Mr Nice.
Highly silly and utterly enjoyable - Rosie Wilson considers the merits of Tamara Drewe.
Kathy Keown finds Made in Dagenham to be frivolous and funny, but short on substance.
Martin Felle spices up Hollwood classics by mixing in their World Cinema counterparts
Film Editor Ellen Newberry talks through ten films you really need to see...
Alistair Wardrope and Tom Leece fight an epic battle over the first part of the trilogy
This week, Thomas Leece and Rebecca Gillie review "The Killer Inside Me" and "The Brothers Bloom"
Here are the films that spent the most weeks at No. 1
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Bad Lieutenant 122 mins Cert: 18 Dir: Werner Herzog Rating: 4.5/5 The latest film from eccentric German director Werner Herzog fully lives...
Rachel Bull and James Mackay debate the pros and cons of Slumdog Millionaire.
If you've ever wondered why the film world sometimes seems to prefer quantity over quality, the Harry Potter sequels' $5,412m gross might...