Seduced and Abandoned offers an entertaining journey through the film world, but exposing it as a money-making business is really just stating the obvious.
Roobla Film Reviews.
Bleak thriller Prisoners sees Hugh Jackman go into Oscar-bait mode as a desperate father taking measures into his own hands in trying to find his daughter.
Ron Howard shifts the biopic genre into another gear with the thrilling Rush, the story of the F1 1970’s rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
Scorsese and DiCaprio team up for a fifth time to tell the tale of real life stockbroker Jordan Belfort, a name you’re going to remember….
Hunt vs. Lauda: F1’s Greatest Racing Rivals is a hugely entertaining TV documentary that makes a fine companion to Ron Howard’s Rush.
Big Ass Spider is an almost entirely laugh free affair that misses the point of it’s genre entirely, steer well clear.
David O’Russell gets his friends together for a conning good time in 70s biopic American Hustle
Atmospheric and with just the right amount of jump scares to keep you on the edge of your seat from opening scenes, You’re Next is a thoroughly entertaining horror that deliver the goods.
The Frozen Ground is an absorbing true-life thriller, well shot and featuring Nicolas Cage’s best performance in a while.
It’s easy to wax lyrical about Shinya Tsukamoto but he’s a truly excellent film maker, something confirmed through the strength of Bullet Ballet.
Matt Damon stars in the sci-fi spectacular Elysium, Neill Blomkamp’s eagerly-awaited follow-up to District 9.
Kevin Hart gives an account of himself – his recent divorce, his internet success – across an hour of average comedy. It’s not great, but it’s not terrible.
Third Window Films have re-released Tokyo Fist onto DVD and Blu-ray with a brand new set of special features, allowing us to revisit yet another film in this director’s dark canon.
A normally decent cast is wasted in 47 Ronin, a film that only finds life in some half decent fight scenes.
The film struggles to stay classy in the way that Anchorman likely always will, but Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is good enough to serve as an entertaining sequel.