Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness is almost everything a Star Trek fan could hope for in a sequel, and has more than enough going for it to make non-fans interested too.

21 & Over

21 & Over won't make you love college comedies but if you like the sub-genre already then you'll have a good time here.

Jack the Giant Slayer

Overall Jack the Giant Slayer is a wonderfully entertaining piece of family cinema. There's enough here for all generations to enjoy, with small children really getting a kick out of the burping, snarling giants. It's not a masterpiece but it is a perfect matinée adventure.


Charming, warm, and funny, if a little rough around the edges, Earthbound is a great little film with its heart in the right place.

Oz The Great and Powerful

A visually beautiful, very well crafted piece of family cinema, with central performances both inspiring and insipid this is going to make Disney an incredible amount of money and every penny will be earned

Side Effects

Side Effects is by no means perfect but it is an emotional powerful and brilliantly executed piece of film-making.

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.