OK, question time. What is the best Die Hard film to be released in 2013? If you answered A Good Day to Die Hard, then kindly leave the room.
Based on Chbosky’s own novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower follows freshman Charlie (Lerman) as he embarks on his first year of high school.
Political comedy is tough to get right. In The Loop, the big-screen spinoff from TV's The Thick of It, got it absolutely perfect. Idiocracy tried hard, but got it pretty wrong.
Named after a Vietnam battle that left numerous GIs as so much meat, Hamburger Hill was originally released in 1988.
Like Sunshine, The Messengers starts with great promise before falling apart at the end. If anything, the ending is even more disappointing than Danny Boyle’s overblown epic: you kind of...