Carrie is spooky enough to please fans of the Stephen King novel, but unlikely to live up to Brian De Palma’s 1976 classic
Roobla Theatrical Releases.
Class of ’92 strips away the media personas of six football legends to reveal a group of friends who made a career out of playing the beautiful game.
Telling the true life tale of the 2009 Maersk Alabama hijacking, Paul Greengrass’s latest sees Tom Hanks as the eponymous Captain Phillips.
David France’s passionate documentary covers the era of aids-related mass death with care and looks at this activist effort with pride.
Gravity is old school but groundbreaking, spectacular but deep and action-packed but tense. This is the best cinematic experience of 2013.
Cate Blanchett gives a stunning performance as a fallen New York socialite in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine.
Diana is an oddly unemotive bore that feels strangely worked and less a sweeping biopic, more like Bridget Jones’ Dianary.
Although Devoured shows early promise and certainly has some nice touches it just never really takes off.
The Call is an enjoyable thriller that surpasses the lower expectations that surrounds it.
Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges team up in R.I.P.D, a supernatural comedy about the undead police force.
Miss-firing on every level Riddick is a huge disappointment, packed with outdated clichés and lacking any of the charm Pitch Black carried with it back in 2000.
If rom-com About Time is Richard Curtis’s final film, he has bowed out on a high, exploring family, love and loss.
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.