What is the key to having the perfect film: just put Denzel Washington behind and in front of the camera and the Oscars will come knocking.
Keanu Reeves doesn’t have a great record when it comes to sequels – in fact, if anything, he’s become something of a bad luck charm for filmic follow-ups.
Forget about feel-good musicals: this story set in Miami about a young boy haunted by his repressed feelings is the one that should win all the awards.
Mark Wahlberg leads the cast of this emotional and thrilling action film based on the devastating Boston Marathon bombings of 2013.
GOLD is about value, the value of friendship, success, and status. It goes so deep into this metaphor that it struggles to reach the other end.
Two decades after Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting changed the face of British cinema, the original cast reprise their roles as cinema's most notorious junkies.
The story at the centre of Loving is undoubtedly one that needs to be told. Whether Jeff Nichols' film does that, however, is debatable.
Vin Diesel's James Bond for the noughties is back, bigger and better than ever. But after watching this you may wish he'd just stayed away.
The Australian actress joins Dev Patel and Rooney Mara to tell the real-life story of a man who found his family using Google Maps.
M. Night Shylaman's latest movie is one part Sixth Sense-level perfection but also one part The Happening. There's a killer twist at the end though...
Mel Gibson returns to Hollywood's A-list with an epic war drama about the morality of war, with a cast led by the award-deserving Andrew Garfield.
2017 may only be a couple of days old but a contender for the year’s best drama and best on-screen performance may have already been found.
Fans of the video game will be very pleased with this adaptation, but the film itself feels out of focus from its first scene to its open ending.
Anyone expecting a hilarious update on Meet The Parents could be left disappointed. Those expecting a so-so retread may not be though.