A United Kingdom is an extraordinary and colourful love story set against an unsettling historical background
The third and final part of Wright and Pegg’s Blood & Ice-cream trilogy, The World’s End has a tough act following the rom/zom/com Shaun of the Dead and buddy-comedy/action/cop/folk-horror mash-up...
Let's put aside the elephant in the room, shall we? This is not a pure adaptation of the Jack Reacher from the books (which I have yet to read).
Well, it's better than its predecessor, but that's not much of a recommendation. 2010's Clash of the Titans was rubbish, whereas Wrath is merely tolerable.
You would've thought that a movie starring top funnymen Martin, Black and Wilson would generate some laughs. Think again.
Spare a thought for Mr Atkinson's co-stars here. West did five seasons of that TV masterpiece The Wire, Anderson was in cult fave The X-Files while Schiff had seven classy...
Giamatti won the Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) at this year's Golden Globes for his role in Barney's Version and, if you ask me, it was thoroughly deserved.
Jackboots on Whitehall is a British animation, but don’t expect a cuddly Aardman movie. This is a strange but enjoyable film.
Journalist Lynn Barber was all set to attend Oxford University, until an older man swept her off her feet and derailed her life plans.
Surrogates is the kind of film that will make you think you've spent a worthwhile 85 minutes (excluding credits) on a rainy afternoon when you've got nothing better to do.