Non-Stop – Review

In recent years, Liam Neeson has punched one half of a Middle-Eastern crime family, identity thieves, a pack of wolves, and the other half of said Middle-Eastern crime family. Now he has to punch an endangered...

Ride Along – Review

He may look gruff and wave a gun around but fear not - this is still Ice Cube at his Are We There Yet-iest. That is largely down to Ride Along being the Chris Tucker Kevin Hart show through and through. The...

Need For Speed – Review

A song scabs over the penultimate scene of Need For Speed (or Braking Bad) before it hits you that it’s actually a truly dreadful cover of Dylan’s 'All Along The Watchtower'. This mangled arrangement...

The Book Thief – Review

It may span the most significant decades of last century, but The Book Thief pretty much boils down to girl-lives-with-family, girl-learns-to-read - for two hours. Over John William’s all-pervading score,...

The Invisible Woman – Review

If you expect The Invisible Woman to enlighten you about its eponymous heroine, you might be disappointed. Despite a fine performance by Felicity Jones as Ellen "Nelly" Ternan, the woman who spent thirteen...

Cuban Fury – Review

There's one word to describe Cuban Fury, and that's delightful. A light and fluffy meringue of a film, it romps through its sequinned plot with well-meaning gusto, led by its brilliant cast rather than its...

Her – Review

Whether you view Her as a vision of dystopia or utopia rather depends on your relationship with technology. To Theodore (Phoenix) it is at once the reason and remedy for his loneliness. He is struggling to...

Dallas Buyers Club – Review

In a sea of Golden Globe and Oscar praise, Dallas Buyers Club really lives up the the hype as a true great of modern cinema. The well-written and appropriately balanced script explores the difficult character...