Maggie Smith chews up the scenery in this rather insipid British fare, with some mildly amusing twists
Golden Years is a reasonably entertaining heist caper with a tender, harmless and fun adventure story
Sisters is fast paced and full of confidence, agreeable and affable enough to be sure, but it doesn't quite hit the comedy bullseye
It's Community without Pierce, Troy or Shirley. But don't be put off, it still has some laughs to offer
In this dark comedy from the Coen Brothers, playwright Barton Fink (John Turturro) develops the worst case of writer's block
Fifty Shades of Black is sexist, racist and offensive – all of which would be forgivable if it was funny. But it just isn't.
Funny, smart, accessible, wonderfully observed and stylishly shot, Hail, Caesar! is up there with the Coen Brothers' best.
The Smuggler is sharp, well-made and a perfect example of Aussie filmmaking at its finest
Deciding she wants some space from her college boyfriend, Alice (Johnson) heads to New York for a new career and a shot at big city romance.
This is a respectable comeback for Ullman – her talent for impersonation and mimicry hasn’t diminished down the decades