Scary Movie 5 cements the franchise as one of the most regressive in cinema history, as it continues with this laughter-allergic fifth instalment.
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Ayushmann Khurana stars as a theatre actor who falls in love with his suicidal friend’s ex-girlfriend in Nautanki Saala!.
Disney’s The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a film about a boy and his impact on the lives of many. It’s predictable to a tee but has a great warm heart.
In what could easily be a stuffy affair, A Late Quartet manages instead to leave a lasting and emotional impression, thanks hugely to its wonderfully played cast.
Retaliation offers no Fast Five style shock but Joe fans will be way happier than they were the first time round.
The fact remains that things may never change but whilst documentary One Mile Away is light on details it is heavy on heart and intention.
Suspend belief and pick up some popcorn for Red Dawn, an all action teen flick adventure.
Good Vibrations offers a superbly likeable and enjoyable story of the determination of one man to bring punk music to the masses in war torn 1970s Belfast.
Thanks to its authentic direction and enjoyable characters, Gimme The Loot is a surprisingly fun low budget debut showing the joys of inner city living.
Bryan Singer directs an adaptation of the fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk, starring Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson and Ewan McGregor.
Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone lend their vocals to this animated adventure about a family of cavemen who must learn to trust their curiosity.
Nicholas Sparks’s latest weepy adaptation Safe Haven is a sure fire hit for girls’ nights in in the future.
Allen Hughes’ conspiracy thriller Broken City is not big on originality but the cast lend it a fun factor.
I Give It a Year is a mediocre effort let down by a lack of original jokes and the wasting of a talented cast.
Tom Hanks and Halle Berry star in sci-fi drama Cloud Atlas, an adaption of David Mitchell’s novel about six storylines connected through time.