Hollywood has always loved a good war. From DW Griffith's 1915 silent Civil War epic The Birth of a Nation through to All Quiet on The Western Front, The Longest...
Salazar's Revenge (aka Dead Men Tell No Tales) feels like a cynical exercise in milking a franchise that should have been laid to rest years ago
Compared to Volker Schlöndorff’s chilly, inert 1990 film adaptation, this opening salvo is so packed with incident and ideas that it feels desperate to speed things along
Welcome to Slammer Jabber, your weekly look at all things pro wrestling, this week focused chiefly on the backlash from Backlash
With great songs, plenty of gags and the cutest red panda J-pop band you will ever see in a film, Sing is a winner.
We have TWO copies of Maren Ade’s touching and funny comedy drama to be won
Baywatch is worth seeing if only for a good perv at all the beautiful boobs, bums and abs on show
Join the geezers for reviews of three new UK cinema releases – King Arthur: Legend of The Sword, Whisky Galore and Colossal – plus the home entertainment releases La La Land and Manchester By The Sea
This is not quite the King Arthur legend we all read about when we were children
Passengers is engaging and entertaining for most of its runtime, but falls apart in the final act