A vacuous Emma Watson almost spoils this live-action fairytale, rescued by Alan Menken’s stunning soundtrack.
Despite a weak script, this mass appeal drama gains much goodwill from its impressive ensemble cast.
J.A Bayona gently and impressively helms this adaptation of Patrick Ness’ young adult novel, a peculiar film that’s perhaps too dark for children but too soft for an adult audience.
Tom Ford’s neo-noir is the definition of style over substance.
For a film celebrating difference, Gavin O’Connor’s autistic assassin drama is disappointing normal.
Tom Hanks is back for another Robert Langdon adventure, but Inferno is significantly dumber and duller than previous instalments.
Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse has all the ingredients of an abysmal film, yet entertains with its lively opera of poor decisions.
Enthusiastic director Zack Snyder smashes two American icons together. A mess is made.
Joel and Ethan Coen amuse themselves, and few others, in this unpleasantly incoherent 1950s farce.
Quentin Tarantino tests his audience’s patience with a dull, indulgent Western homage.
Adam McKay’s hyperactive Wall Street drama is impressively unique, but fails to be as engaging as it should be.
Sam Mendes follows up the perfect Bond movie with an impressive but unremarkable new adventure.
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