Bleed For This is an inspiring true-life comeback tale and a more-than decent boxing film
Boxing movies face an uphill battle, with constant comparison to genre greats such as Rocky and Raging Bull.
One of the most important cards of the year, Money in the Bank 2016 was no exception delivering big shocks, big matches, and two big title changes
Peter Landesman has not made a lot of films before, and here it shows. What could have been an important and heartbreaking film feels clunky and oddly paced.
Young Jesse Owens (Stephan James) becomes a track and field sensation while attending the Ohio State University in the early 1930s.
Even though it follows many of the same beats as the original Rocky, Creed is very much its own beast
Creed is fun (and often funny), exhilarating, emotional, exciting, electrifying, smart and very, very life-affirming
There's nothing to get stuck into with this drama about the Lance Armstrong scandal. Foster gives a commanding but resolutely unsympathetic portrayal of the disgraced cyclist – eager for first...
Nacho Libre bounds onto the screen with the enthusiasm and good nature of a Labrador puppy. And, like a puppy, its coordination isn’t exactly spot-on.