The Secret Life of Pets is well-made and very watchable – if only the story was sharper and a little more original
All the big news from the world of professional wrestling, plus opinions, predictions and a few strong words: it's Slammer Jabber time
Independence Day: Resurgence is pure Roland Emmerich – fun without ever being jaw-dropping and silly without ever being ludicrous
Elvis & Nixon may not be actual historical fact, but what it does beautifully is capture a moment in time that we may never see again
Hands-on experience of the forthcoming iteration of Square Enix’s much-loved stealth-action franchise suggests it will be every bit as weighty, thought-provoking and flexible to play as its predecessors
The Ninja Turtles are back! Shredder is on the loose, with his two new mutants Rocksteady and Bepop, and out to take over the planet with the help of a threat from another galaxy...
Eight films in, the X-Men series feel as if it has gone off the rails somewhat – and this latest outing is distinctly average
Grímur Hákonarson’s box-office smash-hit Rams arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on May 30, and we have TWO copies on Blu-ray to give away
A look at the first four days of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, which kicked off with the premiere of Woody Allen's Café Society ...
Even though it follows many of the same beats as the original Rocky, Creed is very much its own beast