Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

An unintentionally funny film that reminds you just how good films like Army of Darkness or Evil Dead 2 were. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters is best enjoyed by going into the film expecting it to be rubbish and then somehow enjoying yourself despite it all.

The Campaign

A diverting and amusing way to spend 90 minutes, but it's nowhere near the level of Anchorman, The Hangover or even Talladega Nights.

Premium Rush

When the chase is on this movie really flies and the calibre of central performances, the cinematography and the thumping score help elevate this film above the predictable and hole-ridden plot.


Funny, warm, scary, and an absolute treat for its brisk 90 minutes Grabbers is easily one of the best movies to come from these shores in years.

Snow White and the Huntsman

The second Snow White movie of the season is upon us, and with the first, Mirror, Mirror, generally being derided as ineffective fluff it is up to first-time director Rupert Sanders to show that all is not Grim...


 Turning a board game into a big-budget summer blockbuster was always going to be a stretch. But Hasbro the company behind the cinematic juggernaut Transformers series thought they had locked on to a win...

Wrath of the Titans

 Two years after the big budget remake Clash of the Titans fought its way onto the screens and passed 500 million at the box office Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and co are back in ancient Greece with mor...
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Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

After 3 successful films and a 5 year hiatus Mission: Impossible is back with a brand new director but the same old Tom Cruise. Can the worlds biggest movie-star turn back the clock to breath new life into a ti...