For all its flaws, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has plenty for ardent dinosaur fans to sink their teeth into
Terror in the Swedish wilderness approaches in UK horror The Ritual
With some wonderful and very human performances its core, Steven Spielberg The BFG is sure to touch your heart
The Big Short may not leave you any better off with your understanding of the financial markets, but it's scathingly funny couple of hours
Financial markets are incredibly complicated, and to most people are an impenetrable mystery. And yet the very small number of people who do understand them deal daily with figures which...
Very early in this romantic comedy, during an "hilarious" best man speech by Merchant, I began to experience a slight churning of my bowels. The feeling persisted.
Lee’s visually astonishing cinematic fable Life of Pi – based on the Booker Prize winning novel by Yann Martel – creates something of a critical quandary.
Expectation can be a fickle mistress. If something lives up to or exceeds expectation, it can be glorious. If that thing disappoints, it can be devastating.
In recent years, the debate over whether Shakespeare was really the author of all his plays and sonnets seems to have become a worldwide phenomenon.