When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful
When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful.
This monumental tale of the men and women who went into Europe towards the end of World War II in a bid to rescue priceless artworks suffers somewhat from the...
It's now 25 years old, and is roundly loathed by film critics across the globe, but Scrooged is one of the best (and funniest) Christmas films ever made.
Mr Anderson's oeuvre has left me distinctly nonplussed on occasion. I missed Bottle Rocket and The Fantastic Mr Fox, however, and thought The Darjeeling Limited merely OK, but loathed the...
Does The Limits of Control represent a highpoint in Jim Jarmusch’s sometimes patchy career? No. Does it serve any great purpose or tell a life-changing tale? No, far from it.
Wes Anderson’s latest offering has been hailed as a return to form – even as it marks his first outing in a new form: stop-motion animation.
Kids movies are frequently a very good way of getting ‘adult’ issues across to the mainstream audience.