Based on a Marvel character — nope, relax, we’d never heard of it either — Ghost Rider is the latest comic book character to make it to the big screen.
Despite the name and the similar central premise, this updated School For Scoundrels bears about as much similarity to the original 1960 movie as Russell Brand does to a comedian.
Time travel, a little romance, lots of explosions, and a CSI-style murder investigation; Déjà Vu ticks a lot of crowd-pleasing boxes and can't have been hard to pitch.
Jack Sparrow is once again doing the whole pisshead-pirate thing and being a pain in the government’s arse.
A knack for comic timing frequently means that comedians make great actors. Steve Martin in Roxanne, for example, or Adam Sandler in Punch Drunk Love.
Marie Antoinette was born an Archduchess of Austria, married at the age of 15 to Louis XVI of France, and was executed for treason on October 16, 1793.
Casino Royale is, far and away, the best Bond movie of all time and Daniel Craig blows every other 00-wannabe out of the water.
Superman has returned tougher, bigger and bolder than ever.
If you’ve never thanked heaven for Owen Wilson — and chances are you haven’t, unless you’re Kate Hudson (allegedly) — then two hours of You, Me and Dupree will probably change that.
Hell, they say – and they should know – hath no fury like a woman scorned. While William Congreve probably never imagined his words would inspire a teen comedy precisely like this...