Shining a light on a shocking Olympics scandal, Berlin ’36 excels as a film despite historical inaccuracies.
Roobla Film Reviews.
200 Motels is inaccessible and utterly ludicrous – but that’s surrealism for you. Despite the fact that at times it feels like an in-joke that the audience aren’t part of there is fun to be had here.
Alan Partridge on the big screen is every bit as brilliant as you’d hope. Lovely stuff.
James Wan’s film lacks the fully roundedness of his last film (Insidious) but delivers majorly on the scares, characters and atmospherics.
Danny Boyle directs the psychological thriller Trance, set in London and starring James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson.
From the producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes Dark Skies, a science-fiction horror about a suburban family mysteriously targeted for something sinister.
While The Lone Ranger may be messy there is fun to be had with this rather different blockbuster.
Possession is an under-appreciated and over-looked horror that also happens to contain one of Sam Neil’s finest performances.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is a comedy about rival magicians, starring Steve Carell and supported by Jim Carrey, Steve Buscemi, Alan Arkin, Olivia Wilde and the late James Gandolfini.
Kellan Lutz and Mickey Rourke star in Java Heat, a film where an undercover agent soon becomes the prime suspect in a bombing case…
Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode and Nicole Kidman star in Stoker, Oldboy director Park Chan-Wook’s chilling English-language debut.
Song For Marion is a film to make you want to sing out loud with all the family.
Static is bland and underwhelming. Could have been great, with a different story.
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.
Fine performances are not enough to save Flying Blind from failing to reach the highs that it should, with themes of race and prejudice not taken far enough.