Some good ideas and interesting twists, but the unlikeable main characters really let the film down.
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Universal’s first monstrous update courts sarcophagus-loaded missteps, the worst one being a focus on justifying the universe it is in rather than itself.
The Beatles’ Sgt Peppers is one of the most important albums of all time. This review discusses its importance within the context of this music documentary.
Is it just bad or so bad, it’s good?
Whiff of genuine charm from the leads stops ‘Baking Bad’ some inches away from being a total snoozer.
Slightly lacklustre second half of this version of events in 60s gangland London
Twisted, stylish and uncomfortably understandable, Alice Lowe’s directorial debut makes an impression.
This may be Captain Jack Sparrow’s last voyage, but it’s a great return to form.
A unique entry in the found footage genre, because some things should be left alone.
Box-fresh, but lacking real soul.
Blood is the warmest colour.
Incorporating elements of classic sci-fi, but enough originality and plot twists to make it stand out on its own.
James Cosmo delivers a heartfelt performance as an ageing boxer recounting his history with the sport.
Despite the title, it’s more Prometheus than Alien.
A horror movie with a hearty smattering of jump-scares and a thick layer of tension brought down only by its weak dialogue and decision-making.