REVIEW: Woody Allen's latest - Irrational Man - feels tonally uneven
Plenty of entertainment still possible from Tom Cruise's famous franchise
REVIEW: Love at First Fight deserves to find an audience
REVIEW: Tom Cruise's latest Mission is solid but unspectacular
French tale Love at First Fight gets a little lost in translation
REVIEW: Amy - will stay with you for days after
REVIEW: The Gallows certainly isn’t worth hanging out to see.
REVIEW: Self/less is overlong, overwrought and underwhelming
Sir Ian McKellen takes on Mr Holmes, while Downton man Dan Stevens gets down and dirty in films opening this weekend
REVIEW: Mr Holmes is a rumination on age, memory and what love might have been
REVIEW: The Blue Room provides its share of dread and shocks
REVIEW: Mr Holmes is a beautifully acted, finely nuanced film.
Downton man impresses in down and dirty new role
REVIEW: Parker Posey, Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix are the three reasons to see Woody Allen's Irrational Man
REVIEW: Ant-Man is a solid, if unspectacular addition to the superhero movie genre.
REVIEW: Madame Bovary is perfectly pleasant, well-constructed, yet redundant
Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson make Learning to Drive enjoyable
REVIEW: Paul Rudd's "straight guy" provides the comedy in Ant-Man
REVIEW: Sir Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson are superb in Learning to Drive.
REVIEW: Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff provide a solid foundation for Paper Towns
REVIEW: Mathieu Almaric channels Polanski and Hitchcock with The Blue Room
REVIEW: Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder is a real gas for grandparents and children alike.
I once enjoyed the Minions in small doses. But the extra-strength Minions is, for better or for worse, too much.
REVIEW: Magic Mike sequel offers more of the same antics
REVIEW: Mia Wasikowska shines in bewitching Bovary adaptation
REVIEW: Ted 2 threatens to be this year's Sex Tape
REVIEW: Arnie is back in a Terminator sequel worth making time for.
Crass trumps clever in Ted 2.
Russell Brand impassioned and convincing in The Emperor's New Clothes
REVIEW: Overstuffed and underwritten, The Falling is still worth a watch.