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I hid behind my hands watching the main character indulge in predictably stupid teenage stunts.
The Awkward Moment when a romantic comedy isn't romantic or remotely funny.
A gripping story of the real-life experiences of a prisoner of war in Japan, subtly and respectfully filmed.
12 Years a Slave is not for the faint of heart, but it is certainly a good movie, Matt Colville writes.
American Hustle? American snoozefest more like, Derek Seymour writes.
Inspired by a true story, Philomena is a sincere and harrowing tale, Nick Keith writes.
Ben Stiller's latest movie will warm your heart right from the start, Nick Keith writes.
Remember when gun fights took place in a plane hanger full of propane?
Film offers insight into final days of the Japanese Samurai, as western civilisation's impact begins.
'Now you see me' encapsulates the joy of magic that makes the best of us turn into big kids.
Critics may be split over this one, but Shaun de Malmanche is all for the new Superman.
Elysium's promising plot is riddled with holes and the characterisation is ridiculously cardboard cutout.
Only God forgives is an absolute visual feast with endless neon eye candy and excellent music.
The Room is one of the most unintentionally hilarious films ever made, Jasper Lau writes.
Rust and Bone has moments of empathy, magic, passion, and vivacious physicality.
The long-awaited sequel to Despicable Me is a must-see, writes Natasha Kristoffersen-Tuck.
Cloud Atlas is a triumph of film-making and it's sad that it didn't get noticed at the Oscars.
Stripped of literary impact, The Great Gatsby is left with a dull storyline and aloof characters.
If you want to be thrilled by 3D corpses jumping out of the screen, World War Z is the movie to see.
The Last of Us offers superb storytelling, amazing landscapes, and a surprising depth of emotion.