Just when Tom Holland thought it was safe to go back in the water...
REVIEW: The Program: a condemnation of cycling's enfant terrible
REVIEW: The Program: lot of wheels spun, but no real insight.
REVIEW: Love the Coopers - family dysfunction redefined in a wholesome, white, upper-middle class, American way.
REVIEW: A reinvigoration of the boxing genre
REVIEW: Sleeping with Other People - a less than serious look at modern love
REVIEW: Successful transportation north of much-loved Argentine thriller
REVIEW: A sea of schmaltz mars romantic-drama 5 to 7
REVIEW: US remake of Argentine Oscar-winner fails to convince
REVIEW: New Hunger Games movie disappointingly low-key
REVIEW: Candid, playful Experimenter a fascinating watch
REVIEW: Final Hunger Games marred by an ending to be mocked
REVIEW: Hotel Transylvania offers reasonable, if undemanding animated entertainment
REVIEW: Unnerving Experimenter compulsory viewing
REVIEW: Bond's latest delivers plenty of bang for your bucks
REVIEW: Passionate, articulate interviewees dominate The Art of Recovery
REVIEW: Ex Machina - a psychological thriller in the truest sense of the phrase
REVIEW: Ex Machina is compelling, atmospheric sci-fi
REVIEW: The Wolfpack is a compelling, yet concerning watch
REVIEW: Monty Python-inspired comedy struggles for meaning
REVIEW: Thin Ice - Scientists' Guide to the "potential" Climate Change Apocalypse
REVIEW: Supporting roles shine brightest in courtroom drama Freeheld
REVIEW: Spectre serves up more cheese than the last three Bond films
REVIEW: Spectre of Skyfall's brillance haunts latest Bond
REVIEW: Freeheld an important story told humbly
REVIEW: Scattershot tone, but Dressmaker a suitably dark black comedy
The new Cristiano Ronaldo authorised biopic is insightful and touching, if not a little self-indulgent at times.
REVIEW: He Named Me Malala might make you see the world in a different way
REVIEW: Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse derivative, mean-spirited and dumb.
REVIEW: French documentary investigates modern maladies