In spite of its dazzling CGI vistas and interesting theme of man versus nature, After Earth isn't very memorable.
Whilst we may not admit it, we all love being scared. Sinister does the job in providing some surprises and becomes one of the more effective recent shockers eager to jangle nerves.
The Internship is a pretty bland effort walking a familiar path butut it offers some amusing moments and says something about the power of experience over the fast moving world of technology.
After a massively successful fifth entry, it was a given that another ‘Fast and Furious’ movie would surface. Like its predecessor, it discards the initial street-racing theme in favour of something different.
Wastelander Panda’s master-stroke is its concept. The prologue debuted last year with much praise and three more short episodes have now been produced. The pure grittiness and desolation of the surrounds are amazingly rendered.
Those who like stories with lots of twists and turns should enjoy Dead Man Down. It succeeds due to the depths of its characters and the performances and stylish direction make this ode to film-noirs worth investigating.
The Hangover Part 3 is enjoyable and far-fetched nonsense. It ensures the series goes out on a high, concluding the triology with a spring in its step. It has a welcome energetic freshness.
Evil Dead should allay fears it may sully its predecessor’s horrific reputation. It doesn't. With the courage of its gory convictions, Evil Dead basks in its bloody escapades. Its determination to maintain its predecessor’s rough and ready charms is an answer to fans' prayers.
Although more drama than action movie, Snitch maintains a gritty atmosphere, giving Dwayne Johnson a chance to do something different and more thoughtful than the block-busters on which he has made his name.
Although primarily a typical pop-corn thriller, The Call has substance. It also gives Halle Berry one of her best roles in a long time despite hanging its story on an increasingly absurd psycho-on-the-loose motif.
Different in tone to the sometimes overly earnest TV show, it brings new energy to a series that should last beyond current audience’s own final frontiers.
The Hunt makes a great case for not indulging in factual ignorance with the damaging consequences of accepting things at face value.
Despite the actors giving it their all, The Paperboy’s failings are many, but at least takes some risks other wouldn't dare.
Iron Man 3 is a fun, quickly moving block-buster. If the series ends with this film it goes out on a high note which would be a good way in leaving fans hungry for more.
Science Fiction fanatics should enjoy Oblivion even if it isn’t particularly memorable. It succeeds with its fantastical visuals.
The Company You Keep is a fine, character-driven piece devoid of technological wonder, as pleasing as seeing Robert Redford back on screen.
Full of noise and ferocious gun-play ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ should satisfy undemanding target audiences.