Genetic modification, deep space madness and AI in an enjoyable, if not slightly flawed, sci-fi adventure
Not as polished as many of its peers, but Ratchet & Clank is still a credible and enjoyable kids’ movie
A guilty pleasure just became more enjoyable, thanks to some judicious new downloadable content
The Force Awakens is almost perfect, and reminded me what it was like to be a 14-year-old boy watching Star Wars for the first time
Featuring plenty of action, Bastille Day should satisfy your craving for Elba and excitement
Looking to its numerous casting and crew changes, Jane Got a Gun has had its fair share of troubles.
A magisterial spectacle that’s nuanced, intimate and heartbreaking, Ran is filmmaking on a truly epic scale.
A drab martial arts farce that fails to impress, despite the big name cast, the big budget fight scenes, and the ludicrous plot
Batman v Superman serves reasonably well as a gateway to the Justice League movies, but let's hope that the screenwriters of those films inject a little more lightness and good-natured fun into them
The YA audience this dystopian romp is aimed at shouldn't feel too shortchanged with this third instalment of the Divergent series, but non-fans will not be persuaded.