There are probably people around today who think that Chevy Chase is just that grumpy old dude from Community.
Billed as yet another comedy ostensibly concerned with the perils of modern parenting, Admission is never as sharp as you’d hope with Fey spearheading proceedings, but its charming cast and...
This is very much an actors piece for middle-aged, middle brow audiences. It's not one for the younger crowd but don't be put off by that. All four leads are superb.
A grandfather entertains his poorly grandson with a classic fairy tale story ("When I was your age, television was called 'books'.") about a beautiful princess, a swashbuckling pirate, a gentle...
One of Pixar's smartest, funniest and best-loved film's finally makes its Blu-ray debut. And it's about time too, becase The Incredibles looks absolutely – well, incredible – in high-definition.
It's more than 10 years since we last saw Woody, Buzz and the gang, and their owner Andy is now ready to go to college.
The excesses of success: such a pretentious and unremarkable opening would normally be derided, but for this second feature by Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly it seems perfectly apt.