Vin Diesel

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk review

Ang Lee adapts another book for the silver screen – and the end result is a serviceable, even rather powerful war drama marred by brevity and well-meaning but extravagant experimentation

Fast & Furious 6 review (Blu-ray)

Diesel, Walker, Johnson et al race into our cinemas for a sixth time with this latest entry in the increasingly bonkers Fast & Furious franchise, which continues to move away...

Fast & Furious 6 review (DVD)

Diesel, Walker, Johnson et al race into our cinemas for a sixth time with this latest entry in the increasingly bonkers Fast & Furious franchise, which continues to move away...

Riddick review

It’s been a long time since Vin Diesel’s sociopathic antihero Richard B Riddick smelled beautiful – nine long years trapped in the Underverse of development hell – but after a...

Fast & Furious 6 review

Diesel, Walker, Johnson et al race into our cinemas for a sixth time with this latest entry in the increasingly bonkers Fast & Furious franchise, which continues to move away...

Fast & Furious 5 review (Blu-ray)

Muscle cars. Hot women. Muscled men. Warm locations. Guns. Explosions. Races. Fury. Fast, er, fastness! Yes! You know what you’re getting with Fast and Furious film, right? Wrong.

Fast & Furious 5: Rio Heist review

Muscle cars. Hot women. Muscled men. Warm locations. Guns. Explosions. Races. Fury. Fast, er, fastness! Yes! You know what you’re getting with Fast and Furious film, right? Wrong.

Saving Private Ryan review (2-disc Blu-ray)

Upon its release, Saving Private Ryan became famous – nay, infamous – for its opening 20-minute scene, a graphic, bloody battle on Omaha Beach at Normandy, in France.

Fast And Furious (DVD)

You are no doubt aware of the established recipe for the F&F movies: muscle-bound thugs in muscle cars; an ear-shredding hip-hop soundtrack; improbably scantily clad beautiful babes hanging off the...