Wrought with emotion, Breathe In takes a well-worn idea and adds another layer to it, using performances from its two leads to add great depth
Roobla Film Reviews.
A true story of a teenager’s online relationships lead him down a dark path of obsession.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is more family-friendly than the other Vacation films, but no less cutting in its humour.
Pulling no punches, executive producer, director and star Katie Aselton unashamedly hits the grisly mark with Black Rock, a thrilling survival flick.
Diana is an oddly unemotive bore that feels strangely worked and less a sweeping biopic, more like Bridget Jones’ Dianary.
Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace star in gritty crime thriller Dead Man Down by Niels Arden Oplev, director of the original The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Although Devoured shows early promise and certainly has some nice touches it just never really takes off.
The Great Hip Hop Hoax is a particularly interesting story that has some biting things to say about modern music, even though it ends with a bit of a whimper.
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.
Kapurush is a moving portrayal of love and the caste system.
Found footage horror The Dyatlov Pass Incident takes advantage of the true story surrounding the mysterious deaths of some Russian skiers.
Miss-firing on every level Riddick is a huge disappointment, packed with outdated clichés and lacking any of the charm Pitch Black carried with it back in 2000.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.
Lonesome Jim is a sensitive take on life’s failures, starring Casey Affleck, Liv Tyler, Kevin Corrigan, and directed by Steve Buscemi