Ralph is an arcade game character who’s tired of being the bad guy… Wreck-It Ralph is vividly colourful fun for all of the family.
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Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx star in Tarantino’s Django Unchained, a film that blends ferocious visuals with a characteristically stylish soundtrack.
Mickey Cohen’s reign as king of the underworld is assailed upon by an elite team of no-nonsense cops in Gangster Squad, a movie that under-performs.
Lincoln offers everything promised, with fine performances, gripping political drama and a classic Steven Spielberg subject.
Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Les Misérables is a theatrical yet gritty take on a much-loved musical.
The Impossible is a fantastically shot and heart-wrenching piece that isn’t flawless but more than worth your time.
After a sniper murders innocent people in broad daylight a defence lawyer hires a trouble making ex-military policeman to investigate.
Breathtaking 3D visuals combined with a emotional story make Ang Lee’s Life of Pi a must watch on the big screen.
Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts star in this exceptional film about life, love and dealing with unexpected tragedy.
I, Anna is a slow-burning noir thriller that looks at London differently and features strong lead performances, a stirring soundtrack and stylish directing.
Pitch Perfect is Aca-fantastic and will make you sing along, laugh out loud and hopefully not throw up (watch to find out).
Ben Wheatley returns with Sightseers, a comedic and eerie turn concerning a pair of loved-upped caravaners whose trip to the country takes a sinister tone.
Fangs for the memories… Breaking Dawn: Part 2 concludes the five part Twilight franchise, offering fans a fitting end to the series but doing little to convince haters that sparkly vamps aren’t all bad.
Directed by Michael Hoffman and starring Cameron Diaz, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman, Gambit is a humorous caper comedy with a solid well-known cast.
Despite festival boos and some tepid reviews, Paul Thomas Anderson show us why he really is the master of his craft.