A sequel with spirit, Zombieland: Double Tap avoids the typical traps that are becoming steadily more prevalent in this era of flimmaking by being a simple, earnest follow-up with genuine heart and humour, albeit at a slight cost
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.
The only reason you would ever watch this film is if you were a huge Jessica Simpson fan, so I’ll judge it as the true fan that I am.
Chris Rock is the instigator of this US remake of the 2007 comedy. He felt its white British sensibilities could be well tailored for an American black audience, and on...
You have to admire anyone who makes a feature length animation these days. Quite rightly, the comparisons with Pixar are bound to be at the forefront of people’s minds, and...
Frank Falenczyk (Kingsley) is a mob hitman. Or rather he would be if he wasn't so drunk all the time.
Frank Falenczyk (Kingsley) is a mob hitman. Or rather he would be if his drinking problem didn't mean he kept messing up his jobs.
It’s a slasher movie. In a motel. We have then, it’s fair to say, been on this territory in the past.