An unnecessary reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man is more average than awesome; more "meh" than "woo hoo". Not that it's a bad film, far from it.
Made almost 40 years ago as a Movie Of The Week for US TV, The Execution Of Private Slovik is a reminder of what a fantastic actor Martin Sheen is.
The Way isn't flashy – it doesn't have any loud bangs, there are no fast cars and it's not full of scantilly clad women.
Is there anything left to say about Apocalypse Now, the seminal Vietnam war film from Coppola, that hasn't already been said? Probably not.
Eddie Murphy’s career path is an odd one – a former stand-up turned 80s action star turned biggest star on the planet, he reinvented himself in the 90s as a...
Love Happens is one of those films that most critics hate to review. There is nothing outstandingly bad to say about this romantic drama/comedy, but nothing remarkably good, either.
In a particularly lean year for comedy, I’m pleased (and surprised) to report this biopic of radio DJ Petey Greene is on course to be the funniest thing out this year.