A sequel with spirit, Zombieland: Double Tap avoids the typical traps that are becoming steadily more prevalent in this era of flimmaking by being a simple, earnest follow-up with genuine heart and humour, albeit at a slight cost
Woody Allen's Café Society feels like a love letter from the veteran filmmaker to a kinder, gentler time
Now You See Me 2 is the mildly anticipated sequel to Louis Leterrier’s 2013 film about magicians who think they’re in Ocean’s Eleven.
Low-key, wryly funny and sensitive, Louder Than Bombs is a powerful portrait of the aftermath of devastating grief
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
Director Leterrier last gave us the godawful Clash of the Titans. Sorry Louis, but Now You See Me isn't much of an improvement.
Most of Allen's movies of the '70s and '80s never exceeded a 90-minute running time. Since then his films have become longer and his latest here stretches one's patience at times.
Eisenberg is in good form in this scrappy action comedy. It won't garner him another Oscar nomination however, but he is still very agreeable playing a doofus way out of...