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Just Go With It

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston team-up for this outrageous comedy.

Knight and Day DVD

Cruise and Diaz unite for an action-packed forgettable adventure comedy. Say what you want about Tom Cruise, the man is, and always will be, a box-office draw. Sure he is a little nuts, believes in that whole alien thing and sm...


Chronicles Of Narnia; Voyage Of The Dawn Treader DVD & BR Review

The latest Narnia film is a fantastic journey from start to finish. The focus lies on the two youngest Pevensie characters, Lucy and Edmund. Once again they find themselves in Narnia, and are reunited with their dear friend Pri...

Fast Five

Somewhere along the way the team behind this totally expected sequel forgot what made the Fast and Furious franchise so popular in the first place.


Tomorrow, When The War Began

By Jamie Steiner. Despite its inconsistencies, some atrocious dialogue and even more questionable acting, director Stuart Beattie has fashioned a hugely enjoyable, high octane action-drama


Audiences who keep up with film festivals, or read unbearably pretentious magazines that are solely sold in Shoreditch and Soho, will more than likely be acquainted with Xavier Dolan


Cedar Rapids

By Jamie Steiner Since 2004 hundreds of Hollywood executives have voted for what they consider the best unproduced screenplays, the scripts that receive the most nominations then going on to form an annual Blacklist. Increasing...


With the massive success of the Ice Age series able to rival even the likes of Pixar and Disney at the box office, it’s a bit of a gamble


Mars Need Moms

The last film from Robert Zemeckis’s Image Movers Digital (the studio that gave us Beowulf, A Christmas Carol and the very creepy The Polar Express), Mars Needs Moms is a lacklustre family sci-fi which unfortunately ensur...

Oranges & Sunshine

Jim Loach’s first film Oranges And Sunshine is a sobering film about the forced deportation of English children to Australia which occurred during the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Disturbingly, many parents were told that their ch...