Alex Lynchehaun finds that perfect gift for your film-loving parents/sibling/friend.
Ross Jones-Morris forecasts the imminent approach of a metaphorically significant twin planet. Again.
The film team look forward to the big releases of next year. It all looks very promising.
Ross Jones-Morris is a little disappointed with the latest in The Twilight Saga despite his editorially troubling love of the film that...
James Aber on a surprisingly good British chiller.
Immortals is a bit of a let down says Ross Jones-Morris.
In a week of bad films Ross Jones-Morris thinks he's found the worst.
Tower Heist is uber-hack Brett Ratner's latest in a long line of let downs says Jeremy Nowak.
Ian Clemente enjoys the true story of Sam Childers, even if it is a little uneven.
Alexander Lynchehaun implores you not to waste your time on this sub standard fare from renowned writer-director Andrew Niccol
Vikki Mears leaves this slice of quirk feeling rather nonplussed.
The Harry Potter films were made too soon says Sam Poppleton
Gavin Elias looks at how sequels have dominated the box-office in 2011 and just where it all went so wrong.
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.
At this year's London Film Festival David Cronenberg received a fellowship to the BFI. Edward Elliott thinks that it's long overdue.
Sam Collingwood writes on the continuing attempts to get Stephen King's much loved novel onto the screen.
Ross Jones-Morris quotes Jesus and makes an extended metaphor about breadcrumbs. He maintains his review is still more interesting than the film...