This fascinatingly tragic film tells the true story of the Hollywood Blacklist and how it unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted people and ruined lives.
Batman v Superman serves reasonably well as a gateway to the Justice League movies, but let's hope that the screenwriters of those films inject a little more lightness and good-natured fun into them
Every generation has its own take on the Superman story. Our parents had the serials starring Kirk Alyn in the famous tights, while I grew up watching reruns of George...
Because older people can fall in love too… The cynical will look at Nights In Rodanthe and see a film designed to appeal to a demographic with high disposable income.
This week's Se7en wannabe is Untraceable which, while not as blatant a copy as WAZ, still owes a considerable nod to David Fincher's way with creative torture.
Jumper was so universally slated on its cinema release that I wasn't exactly delighted to find the DVD in the "to watch" pile.