Hidden Figures tells a very timely story with a great sense of humour, strong characters and a fascinating and compelling narrative
Hanks has laid an egg with this one. His second directorial effort after That Thing You Do (1996) is quite simply godawful drivel.
Now that this remake of the 1984 surprise hit has arrived, movie afficionados are referring to the Ralph Macchio original as a "classic". Come on guys, be serious.
Even the very best half-hour sitcom struggles to keep the laughs coming for the whole of its running time.
If ever Paramount wanted an alternate title for the lengthy The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, they might want to think about Try Hard.
A terrible relationship drama featuring a predominantly African-American cast, this dreary effort strives for substance and significance but merely comes across as soapy and saccharine.
My name is Forrest... Forrest Button. Sorry. I meant Benjamin Gump. Doh. No I didn't. I meant Benjamin Button. Obviously. How could I possibly confuse the two?
In a particularly lean year for comedy, I’m pleased (and surprised) to report this biopic of radio DJ Petey Greene is on course to be the funniest thing out this year.