Hundred-year-old studio Universal have broken their own record with this year’s box office earnings, and there’s still three months to go…
★★★★✰ Zvenigora was Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s fourth film, but his first outside of the Russian studio system… we review the 1928 classic.
Fresh from directing Avengers Assemble, Joss Whedon’s new TV series S.H.I.E.L.D is a go, and looks set to feature a host of new characters.
★★★✰✰ Taking a wide shot against the workings of American politics, The Campaign stars Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.
★★★★✰ Barbara focuses on the internal workings of its characters, rather than the workings of the oppressive system that they inhabit.
★★★★★ Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis go toe to toe in Rian Johnson’s sci-fi action thriller where assassins kill people sent back from the future for monetary gain.
There can only be one… and it’s going to be Ryan Reynolds in the remake of the 80’s fantasy classic.
Anti-Islamic video Innocence of Muslims has been causing riots in the Middle East – but does the film itself even exist?
★★★★★ We review Raiders of the Lost Ark, the first Indiana Jones adventure to hit cinema screens back in 1981. (Reviewed in IMAX)
★★✰✰✰ A loner living deep in the woods is dragged into an attempt by two corrupt cops to kill a murder witness in The Victim.
We interview Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn about Grindhouse movie The Victim and their upcoming projects.
★★★★★ Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Santa Sangre is a beautifully shocking, repulsively irresistable work of art.
★★★★★ The best pilots are chosen to learn advanced ‘dog fighting’ techniques at an elite flying school and compete to be the best of the best.
★★★★✰ Liam Neeson, aka the man with the particular set of skills, returns for Taken 2, another dose of the audience-pleasing Taken formula.
New York cinemas claim that a ban on supersize soft drinks will severely cut profits – when did the cinema become all about the snacks?