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 Film Reviews.
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.
The Heat sees Sandra Bullock take on Melissa McCarthy in the comedy stakes as mismatched law enforcement officers partnered together.
There’s films about beautiful French people doing beautiful French things, then there’s Betty Blue.
Sudden Death sees Jean-Claude Van Damme enjoy leading man status on the big screen for one of the last times, in this generic, action-packed outing.
Whilst its fun throughout there is a sense of missed opportunity about proceedings, with a few tweaks here and there this could have been a classic.
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.
Perhaps not the consistent work of excellence it should have been, Creepshow is certainly not without its charms.
Sharks pose a threat to the inhabitants of Los Angeles in this low budget flick.
Will Smith reteams with his son Jaden in the M. Night Shyamalan-directed After Earth, a futuristic sci-fi adventure about survival on a savage Earth.
Light on depth and admittedly odd, documentary Lil Bub and Freindz gets by on goodwill and the undeniable draw of its headlining feline.
Citadel is a cracking drama unnecessarily hidden under typical urban horror troupes.
Sebastien Lifshitz lets his real life cast do the talking in this documentary exploring the lives and loves of gay and lesbian individuals in their later years.