If rom-com About Time is Richard Curtis’s final film, he has bowed out on a high, exploring family, love and loss.
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From Up on Poppy Hill provides a touching tale of young love set against post-war Yokohama, as well as some beautiful animation
A masturbatory celebration of muscles and drugs which might be hypnotic at times but the tone is as messed up as the central onscreen trio.
You’re Next is a smart, well-made, brutal night of gruesome enjoyment.
The Wolverine sees Hugh Jackman return meaner and moodier – but is it any better?
Kick-Ass 2 more than doubles its predecessor’s quota of superheroes and kicks ass as a result
Alan Partridge on the big screen is every bit as brilliant as you’d hope. Lovely stuff.
While The Lone Ranger may be messy there is fun to be had with this rather different blockbuster.
To say it has been through all the problems it has, World War Z is a rush of pandemic entertainment, which makes an entertaining film in its own right.
Pacific Rim, the blockbuster of the year, comes generously wrapped in nostalgia, fun and spectacle to define the genre for this decade.
With a story as unbelievable as this, The Deep fails to capture any of the wonder or fulfillment that such a story of human triumph should contain.
Four street magicians take on the biggest trick of their careers and fool everybody in the process in Now You See Me.
With wholly poor performances and direction that fails to create suspense or threat, Confine is an unsuccessful attempt to reach the highs of the home invasion genre.
Despicable Me 2 expands on the first film by upping the silliness, energy and warmth, it is a bona fide family hit.
There is plenty you could be watching but The Internship is charming and funny enough to enjoy.