Heart warming story of a boy who struggles with relationships but smashes it when it comes to mathematics. Starring Asa Butterfield as Nathan alongside Rafe Spall, Sally Hawkins an Eddie Marsan
The greatest trick Hollywood ever pulled, is convincing the world it doesn’t exist.
The Babadook is the debut of exciting Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent. This film is about the role of the mother today, and subtly captures the realism and terror of that position in contemporary society.
We’re gonna need a bigger park.
Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez star as animated characters in Dreamwork’s Home. To be in cinemas this coming March.
Jurassic World looks amazing. I actually want to go to the resort as much as I want to see the film. Which is a whole tonne of a lot.
Warner Bros.’s PAN trailer is ready for your consumption. Will this be 2015’s top kid flick? We are not convinced.
Voice actors for Penguins of Madagascar show that they can be funny in real life as well as when voicing their animated characters in this Mockumentary
Carter has no girlfriend, no home and no job. Although, he still has a phone so that’s handy when in pursuit of getting back with his ex, or so you may think…
Carey Mulligan has her work cut out as she stars as a young lady struggling to hold onto three guys at once.
So bad it’s… No, it’s just bad.
A tribute to the director, who has died aged 83
Effie gives Haymitch the business in one more clip from Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Pt.1. You can see it in UK cinemas this weekend
Katniss and Gale come under fire in this clip from Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1, out in UK cinemas this weekend
I have to watch this. I just read on Google that this is made by Funny or Die. That kinda makes me want to watch it more! Somebody buy me a ticket?