Film Review: Prisoners

Jackman may be the big star draw for Prisoners, but it’s Jake Gyllenhaal’s more understated and complex performance that is the stand-out of Denis Villeneuve’s absorbing thriller.

Film Review: Rush

Rush perfectly captures the deeper essence and meaning of the Hunt/Lauda rivalry, as well as the inherent sex, glamour and action of the 70s sports setting

Film Review: We're The Millers

A lot of it is very conventional, but it doesn't mean however, that We're The Millers isn't enjoyable.

Film Review: Pain & Gain

Pain & Gain is bulked up, 'roided, and pumped. It's a little bit Bad Boys, a little bit Miami Vice, and a whole lot of funny.

Film Review: Only God Forgives

Only God Forgives is a violent and hypnotic world created by a director willing to push the envelope and challenge modern mainstream audiences and studios.

Film Review: The World’s End

The World's End is a much bigger film than the last two and goes to show that given to the right people a bigger budget can go a long way.

Film Review: Pacific Rim

Somewhere between the minds that created Japanese Manga, mecha beasts and Hell demons comes Guillermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim.

Film Review: The Hangover Part III

If there was any doubt that Todd Phillips wanted his Hangover franchise to end with as much bang as it began, then the first 10 minutes of The Hangover 3 will swiftly put that to rest

Film Review: Spring Breakers

In equal parts shocking and fascinating, Spring Breakers is not going to be to everyone’s taste.

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