This is a joyous family feelgood picture that will enchant die-hard Poppins fans and newcomers alike
A young lad named Kevin (Warnock) gets caught up in the adventures of a bunch of time-travelling dwarves who have stolen God's map of the universe.
Right, the way to enjoy this DVD is to forget the main feature – it’s a runaround cartoon featuring the ever-spirited voice of Tennant, his inamorata Moffett (if they did...
Easily the most neglected of the many classic films made by Sam Peckinpah, Cross of Iron is one of the most nihilistic war films ever made.
This is a dark, grim film – but then, the Black Plague wasn't a bundle of laughs from what I've heard.