Baby Driver is fast, frantic, exhilirating, funny and tense, and is one of the smartest and coolest films of the year
Every now and then, we see two films with almost identical plots released in the same year.
It’s a situation we’ve all been in at some point in our lives. There’s a pretty strong possibility that we’re still there now.
When you think of Rio you think of fun, carnival, party, party, party. Unfortunately the film version doesn't quite live up to the city it's named after.
The Hangover was one of my favourite comedies of 2009. Observe and Report was easily my least favourite (the film is, to be honest, utter crap).
This woeful effort is the bastard offspring of The Hangover. Whereas the hit comedy of last year was inventive, refreshing and consistently hilarious, Due Date is surly, unpleasant and deeply unfunny.
If you're single then you might wish to avoid this light-hearted confection. If you're loved up and attached you'll find it more palatable.
F Gary Gray’s film is many things – a vaguely preposterous thriller; a revenge tale with more than a little post-millennial gornogrpahy thrown in; a hokey action mystery; what it...
Joe Wright follows up his Oscar-nominated Atonement with this Los Angeles-set tale of friendship and redemption.