Bridget Jones is feeling her age, and it shows, but this film is a funny and nostalgic check in with our big drinking BFF
There are many shots in this movie of delicious dishes being prepared. The food on display is indeed mouthwatering at times.
Should you want to find fault with Saving Mr Banks, the story of Walt Disney’s attempt to make Mary Poppins AND keep author PL Travers happy, you can. It’s overlong.
Now that the Twilight series has finished its run what will next set teenage girls hearts aflutter? Step forth Beautiful Creatures, a new franchise for them to savour.
Perhaps the greatest challenge faced by Pixar is not the onwards march of technology, nor even the company's glittering past. It's their new parent, Disney.
Those sharp-shooting, sharp-suited men in Black are back, and this time they get all wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey ...
Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.
Journalist Lynn Barber was all set to attend Oxford University, until an older man swept her off her feet and derailed her life plans.