Jackson’s re-imagining of King Kong is quite possibly the finest movie ever made. Critics have already hailed it as the first bonafide contender to dethrone James Cameron’s Titanic as the...
Hurrah, hallelujah and break out the bubbly. For the first time in a long time indeed, we have a blockbuster that is truly worthy of the title.
Prepare yourselves as Pottermania hits once more. This time, though, it’s a double dose. Not only do we have this, the fifth film in the series, but the seventh —...
In this year of threequels and action blockbusters, it’s hard to know how to review Ten Canoes — a film in which very little actually happens, very slowly indeed.
At World’s End suggests the sort of place where you’ll be staring into an abyss, the thing stretching on and on before you, with no sign of ending.
Lantana, Ray Lawrence’s previous movie, is one of those rare creations that gets better the more you watch it.
Already respected round these parts for being one of the more intelligent movie franchises, there’s a fair amount of pressure on this third (possibly final) part of the X-Men series.
An interesting companion piece to Daniel Auteuil’s last fluffy comedy The Closet, Patrice Leconte’s charming and agreeably silly film gives this great, crumple-faced actor the chance to show his comedic abilities.
Based on Eric Schlosser’s best-selling exposé of the fast food industry, Fast Food Nation is a fictional interpretation of the dodgy practices behind that multi-billion-dollar business.
This third instalment of the Spider-Man story clearly demonstrates just how good Sam Raimi’s web-slinging franchise is.