With some wonderful and very human performances its core, Steven Spielberg The BFG is sure to touch your heart
Early on in this WWII Walmington-on Sea comedy a nefarious spy sends a coded message to the German High Command saying that the Home Guard protecting the quaint village are...
Young Jesse Owens (Stephan James) becomes a track and field sensation while attending the Ohio State University in the early 1930s.
Goosebumps is a joyous romp that manages to nod to classic horrors and genre clichés, while delivering some family-friendly scares and a remarkable amount of genuine humour
The true story of a society heiress and patron of the arts who wanted to perform at Carnegie Hall, but no one has managed to tell her she can't sing
When it’s good, The Jungle Book is very, very good but when it’s bad – which is about 70% of the time – it’s jaw-droppingly awful.
Zootropolis takes on bigotry and stereotypes and does it brilliantly, all within the confines of a cracking little crime thriller.
A very dodgy, dull prequel to the Peter Pan story, starring Hugh Jackman and Garrett Hedlund
Being only just the, er, youthful side of 50, my exposure to RL Stine’s hugely successful series of children’s horror stories has been non-existent.