A Good Day To Die Hard is an intermittently fun but ultimately disposable sequel with no real villain to challenge our heroes.
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Bullet to the Head is a throwback to the ‘buddy-cop’ action thrillers of the 1980s that leaves you yearning for the real thing.
Movie 43 extinguishes a lavish cast with an unfunny gross out dross and is already a contender for worst film of 2013.
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God is as gripping and important as it is difficult, recounting the horrors of abuse and the worldwide conspiracy to cover up Catholicism’s highly suspect policies concerning pedophilia.
A Liar’s Autobiography – The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman adds to the canon of Python works, but in an even more surreal, and personal, fashion.
Denzel Washington stars in Flight, Robert Zemeckis’s first live-action film since Cast Away, about an alcoholic pilot who saves a plane from certain doom.
You thought that the Found Footage technique had run its course; think again with V/H/S, an effective indie horror anthology.
The Last Stand is not perfect but it’s a thoroughly entertaining return to the big screen for one of the world’s biggest stars.
Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty tells the story of one woman’s dedication in the decade-long hunt for Osama Bin Laden and his eventual death, starring Jessica Chastain.
The King of Pigs is a South Korean animation. Its sparing use of extreme violence is just as powerful as any live action drama.
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.
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.