With a lifeless city and dull story & characters, you won’t end up feeling like a master thief, more like a petty thief.
The X-Men go back to the future in this exciting new trailer
Whether you finish Ground Zeroes in 10 minutes or an hour Kojima proves that we have a reason to be excited for Phantom Pain.
Fire In The Blood makes a compelling, convincing and devastating case against those in power who don’t take action against the unnecessary suffering of millions.
The Grand Budapest Hotel might be Wes Anderson’s best film, unless you think a different one is better.
Doctor Sleep, sequel to King’s seminal shocker The Shining, produces mixed results
Meat Loaf is on the menu for dinner in this new horror comedy
There’s still a spark between Rae and Finn (of course), and Rae’s friendship with Liam grows stronger – but not without some complications…
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare sounds silly on paper but its amazing colour palette, game modes and characters set it apart from the rest.
The Stick of Truth has set a high bar for licensed games and manages to set its self apart as the funniest and most outrageous game ever made.
Finn struggles to accept Rae as a friend instead of a girlfriend, while Rae tackles her fear of eating in front of others
The Lebanese Rocket Society is not always exciting but a constantly interesting look at a subject, which seems all but forgotten in the long history of the modern world.
Hard-boiled tough guys and sultry femme fatales collide in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Stunningly animated, consistently funny and with a plot so generous your misgivings seem to melt away, The Lego Movie may be an advert but it is an even better film.
Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac is full of ideas, but it takes them nowhere – there is no true meaning behind the director’s striking imagery