Anyone who has ever spent a languorous, hungover Saturday cocooned under the duvet with their significant other, lulled by the mellifluous, hypnotic tones of Richard Burton as they half-listen to...
An unnecessary reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man is more average than awesome; more "meh" than "woo hoo". Not that it's a bad film, far from it.
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.
Bernard Rose's film from Howard Marks' autobiography is an odd beast - larky but long, watchable but unpersuasive, agreeable but never too likeable.
Noah Baumbach's movie takes another look at personal relationships, exposing the tension and sadness underneath the surface of character's feelings.
Emma Thompson returns as the eponymous, magical menopausal Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee, in this decent – but not totally spellbinding – sequel to the 2005 hit.