Director Adrian Grunberg’s darkly comic How I Spent My Summer Vacation sees troubled star Mel Gibson outshone in a claustrophobic action flick about a man lost in translation.
Crunched skulls, blood splatters and dirty jokes abound in Cuba’s first ever zom-com.
Repressed sexuality bubbles through the angsty score by Alberto Iglesias and through lead actor Vincent Cassel's rigid but charged-up performance.
A Welshman directing a foreign language Die Hard in Indonesia... really? This is the question most people will be asking before watching this film.
And so, it’s here. The Avengers have finally assembled. Has it been worth the wait? Emphatically; YES.
Based on the novel by The Notebook author Nicholas Sparks, The Lucky One takes a story that is hyper-relevant and drowns it in stultifying sentimentality and a soap-appropriate soundtrack.
Not a film of subtlety, Battleship is a great, honking, bulldozer of a film, that relentlessly batters you with machismo, gung-ho patriotism and some fantastic CGI.
Wrath of the Titans' story and performances are strong enough to provide more than an exercise in computer wizardry.
Aided by Jennifer Lawrence's lead performance, the writers don't lose any of the psychological nuances that helped make the novel so compelling.
In a blockbuster landscape that’s obsessed with everything being “dark”, Carter is a rare ray of cheesy sunshine.