Viggo Mortensen shines as the head of a nonconformist family in Captain Fantastic, in what is undoubtedly one of the year’s best films.
The Secret Life of Pets is a fun, but mostly derivative animated film that shows us what our pets really get up to when we’re away.
Every once and a while a film comes along and injects new life into a genre and it’s safe to say that Don’t Breathe is easily one of the best horror films this side of the millennium.
Can a kinda dumb movie still be kinda dumb if it’s technically noice, neon-lit lovely and surprisingly charming? Nerve certainly does beg that question.
The moment a remake is released, audiences will scrutinise every frame, itching for any moment they can cry ‘the original did it better!’.
Ricky Gervais’ fictional character David Brent returns to grace audiences on the big screen, in a film that’s equal parts funny as it is sad.
In Kubo and the Two Strings, a young boy embarks on a dangerous journey to defeat a mysterious enemy.
The shark thriller; a film genre that constantly tries and fails and in the age of film where technology thrives and writers are more creative than ever, we have another failure in The Shallows.
Being a huge Seth Rogen fan, I was pretty worried walking into the cinema to see Sausage Party. I wasn’t sure if it would meet my expectations, and I had no idea how Rogen’s crude humour and light Pixar-like animation were going to merge and collaborate.
John Le Carré’s latest adaption to hit the screen is a traditional thriller full of intrigue and tension that slowly grows on you and doesn’t let go until the very end.
Todd Phillips channels his inner Scorcese with his latest offering, the black comedy War Dogs, which features Jonah Hill and Miles Teller in the lead roles.
After being the victim of an assault, Brad (Ben Schnetzer) struggles with his idea of masculinity while enduring hazing at a college fraternity.