With Spider-Man Homecoming, Tom Holland is far and away the best live-action webslinger we've seen yet
This latest superhero slugfest has loads of whams, plenty of bams and, yes, even a besuited ma'am.
The superhero summer starts here, with lots of whams, plenty of bams and, yes, even a besuited ma'am.
It’s been a long time coming. After introducing S.H.I.E.L.D and Nick Fury in a post credits sting in Iron Man, Marvel has slowly developed a back story through Iron Man...
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.
Downey Jr plays that most British of sleuths, Sherlock Holmes, in this new take on an old franchise, with Law as his long-suffering sidekick, Watson.
OK, let's deal with the elephant in the room and get the big question out of the way.
Joe Wright follows up his Oscar-nominated Atonement with this Los Angeles-set tale of friendship and redemption.