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.
It's silly in the extreme, but hugely entertaining – although you may well find yourself spending more time laughing at it than with it.
Spectre is an up-to-date celebration of everything that is Bond, James Bond; and if it is the final outing for both Craig and Mendes, then they can go out with their heads held high
This Point Break remake is beautiful to look at and exciting in all the right places, but a decent plot and some well-drawn characters would have helped...
All the pieces matter in Sicario, one of the decade’s best crime thriller’s. Villeneuve’s tension ripping directing, Sheridan’s sharply brisling script, Roger Deakins' stunning cinematography, Johann Johannsson’s thundering soundtrack and,...
Make no mistake, the men and women that survived this ordeal are heroes. They pulled through one of the most fearsome attacks on foreign nationals in Libya.
As buddy cop films go, Ride Along 2 is not the worst, it just lacks the kind of chemistry (and fun) that we saw between Riggs and Murtaugh in the Lethal Weapon films
It seems that the Fantastic Four is really never destined to be a smash hit on the big screen.
I was a lad of 14 when Star Wars opened across Australia, in May of 1978.
And so it ends. The series that proved the YA genre could be make money, satisfy fans of the books AND win critical acclaim – a series that also helped propel...