The Girl on the Train is not quite in Gone Girl territory, but it's still a reasonably compelling piece of entertainment
Gold is an entertaining journey carried out by a tornado-like main character in one of the most predictable and exploited plot devices: the American dream
Joy is not merely a movie about a mop – it's about a strong-willed and confident woman who is determined to be a success
The original, 1991 Point Break – starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze, and directed by Kathryn Bigelow – has developed somewhat of a cult following since it was released.
This Point Break remake is beautiful to look at and exciting in all the right places, but a decent plot and some well-drawn characters would have helped...
Well, it's better than its predecessor, but that's not much of a recommendation. 2010's Clash of the Titans was rubbish, whereas Wrath is merely tolerable.
Olivier Assayas's latest effort is being released as a feature length movie cut down from a three part French mini-series as well as the the full-length five-and-a-half hour cut.
Vantage Point promises something different and smart but, around 60 minutes in, falls apart as it becomes utterly predictable.