Dredd 3D is an action-packed reboot of the popular comic book character and franchise that is Judge Dredd. It is a gritty, visual feast of violence and gore, however the story and characters unfortunately lack any depth.
The Wedding Party is a quirky ensemble comedy-drama film that centers on the relationships of a dysfunctional Australian family.
Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible franchise are back in top form with Ghost Protocol.
Source Code is a gripping sci-fi whodunit film that impeccably blends the time-travel and murder-mystery genres.
Thor is the Norse God of thunder and heir to the throne of Asgard. After defying his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is banished to Earth. Now powerless without the aid of his mighty hammer, the arrogant Thor must learn the true meaning of heroism whilst amongst mortals on Earth. Back on Asgard, his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) has assumed the role of King and does anything in his power to keep Thor from returning to re-claim the throne.
Johnny Knoxville, Steve O and Bam Margera along with the rest of the Jackass crew return for their third film outing, this time in splendid 3D.
Disney has a hit with the latest video-game adaptation in the widely popular Prince of Persia game franchise.
The latest re-imagining of the horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street is a perfect example why classic cult films should not be re-made for the latest generation of moviegoers.
Kick-Ass may initially appear as a family friendly type of superhero film that is stylistically similar to that of the Spiderman films, however it isn’t long before we see that it is nothing of the sort, it is the exact opposite to be precise.
Just like the plot of the film, Clash of the Titans takes the viewing audience to hell and back.
The latest re-telling of the classic Alice in Wonderland is an entertaining, visually stunning film.
After having a premonition of a major accident at a raceway which causes the gruesome deaths of his girlfriend and friends along with hundreds of spectators, Nick O’Bannon (Bobby Campo) manages to warn and save the lives of his friends as well as several random strangers. Death then comes to collect the lives of the survivors, one by one.
In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, the Decepticons (under the command of head Decepticon ‘The Fallen’) return to earth to gain revenge on the Autobots and humans that brought them to their demise in the first film. Shia LeBouf and Megan Fox reprise their lead character roles as Sam and Kayla respectively and almost everyone from the first film is back for this one (although they do not bring anything new, character-wise to this film). There are also new robots from both sides, though none of them make a big enough impact for us to care.
Wolverine is the first character specific spin-off from the popular X-Men film series. Hugh Jackman reprises his role as the claw-bearing Logan/Wolverine and is joined by Liev Schreiber as his mutant sibling Victor Creed – later known as Sabretooth in the first X-Men film. The film introduces us to these two characters as they fight through each of the main wars in history, inevitably ending up as part of a mutant taskforce headed by William Stryker, played by Danny Huston. Logan walks off on the taskforce after disagreeing with the team’s code of behaviour and finds a peaceful life in the Canadian Rockies with love interest Kayla, played by Lynn Collins. Once Logan’s secluded existence is disrupted by a visit from Victor, he enlists in the Weapon X program, setting off the vendetta between the two mutants over the course of the film.