Vikki Mears leaves this slice of quirk feeling rather nonplussed.
James FitzGerald enthusiastically reviews Steven Spielberg's mo-cap take on Hergé's classic series of comic books.
Chloe Cornish gets on the campaign trail with George Clooney and Ryan Gosling.
Jonathan Looms reviews Roland Emmerich's controversial take on the conspiracy theories surrounding the plays of Shakespeare.
Ross Jones-Morris quotes Jesus and makes an extended metaphor about breadcrumbs. He maintains his review is still more interesting than the film...
Jonathan Looms enjoys American box-office hit The Help but finds it to be more entertaining than challenging.
Contagion is a film that does no less than show us a vision of the end of the world. James Aber says...
Ian Clemente on why he somehow can't recommend Lynne Ramsay's long awaited film, even though it's apparently a classic.
Jonathan Looms reviews Real Steel and thinks that your time and money could be spent much more productively watching pretty much anything...
Vicky Fryer thinks that The Three Musketeers is rubbish. So why does she like it so much?
Samantha Shannon-Jones kicks off her somewhat more sexualised Sunday shoes reviewing the modern 're-imagining' of an 80's guilty pleasure.
Emily Searles reviews another unremarkable yet ultimately quite charming film from Woody Allen.
Sam Poppleton reviews the cinematic equivalent of Pot Noodle...whatever that means.
Frightened by clichéd horror tropes and all round generic ominousness? Yes? Well it turns out our reviewer Rebecca Loxton is made of...
Charlotte Turner finds Taylor Lautner star vehicle Abduction to be as poor as the premise would undoubtedly indicate.
John Madden's latest film The Debt has its moments but doesn't live up to it's promising premise.
Jonathan Looms watches 30 Minutes or Less and enjoys another fine comedy from the Zombieland crew.
Rosie Wilson reviews Friends with Benefits, a film that bears a striking resemblance to something else you may have seen this year.
Samantha Shannon-Jones reviews one of the most eagerly anticipated British films of the summer.