A political thriller from yesteryear
The Host wasted 125 minutes of my life that I will never get back.
His films have reinvigorated American cinema and given hope to an industry that currently falters more than it succeeds
While watchable, and for the most part enjoyable, Hyde Park on Hudson is not as strong a historical film as The King’s Speech or Lincoln
There’s nothing worse than realising 2 minutes into a film that you’re in for 2 hours of pain
A Good Day to Die Hard isn't as good as any of the first three, and is probably not as good as Live Free Or Die...
Jacques Tati's PlayTime is a film both capricious and harshly modern, with a terrifically Orwellian view of the urban landscape in some places
Melancholia requires some patience but features two deep performances from its absorbing leading ladies and is ultimately a rewarding experience at its memorable climax.
Logan Fewster recaps the top five films of 2011.