Hollywood has always loved a good war. From DW Griffith's 1915 silent Civil War epic The Birth of a Nation through to All Quiet on The Western Front, The Longest...
Scorsese's passion project is an impressive character study and depicts a harrowing test of faith – but it ends up being held back by what it is
I’ve got 99 problems, and the title of the film is definitely one, as I think this Jay-Z reference is getting a little bit tired now.
An unnecessary reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man is more average than awesome; more "meh" than "woo hoo". Not that it's a bad film, far from it.
One of the wonderful things about Never Let Me Go (and there are many) is the fact that it doesn't try to slot itself into one genre.
There's an old adage that goes: never let the truth get in the way of a good story.
For many, Terry Gilliam has a lifetime pass for his Python animations, Time Bandits and Brazil.
Adapted from the novel by Jonathan Trigell, Boy A is a poignantly thought-provoking moral drama about a young man's personal redemption and the conflict of his reintegration into society.