Oh, if only we could be sure that the title was a guarantee – this week’s big blockbuster release is Transformers: Age of Extinction, and we can only hope they will keep their word.
Ireckon the time is right to give Town Centre Dead Pool another go, don’t you?
Transformers: Age of Extinction is an adventure 65 million years in the making – and one that feels almost that long to watch.
When I look at my community I find it amazing that so many groups, jobs and events rely entirely on people volunteering their time, skill and resources.
Scarlett Johansson is truly mesmerising as an alien taking on the form of a dead womand seducing local men in Scotland in UNDER THE SKIN (15: Studio Canal).
Brace yourselves, there’s another blockbuster Transformers movie out next week.
Apparently it’s aknowledged by the creative cabals in charge of the advertising industry that the traditional TV spot is in the toilet.
“I get to touch people’s lives with what I do and I love it and I want to share this with you.”
Here’s a weird and wonderful crime story set in a hotel that you’ll want to revisit again and again.
Everyone loves cooking shows – Masterchef, Come Dine With Me, Ready Steady Cook. So why not a cooking movie?
I call them marshmallow jobs – the sort of tasks that you think won’t take long and will give you some simple domestic satisfaction, but instead turn out to leave you feeling decidedly queasy after only a few minutes, and anxious to quit. You know, like you think a packet of marshmallows is going to be delicious but after just a couple you feel quite sick. No? Just me, then?
Liam Neeson has found a niche with leading roles in solid, workmanlike thrillers. There’s the usual non-stop action in, erm, NON-STOP (12: Studio Canal) in which he’s a veteran air marshal on a flight from New York to London.
“My job is to hunt terrorists. I don’t negotiate. Within three days, I will find you. You can start counting.”
This week’s big new release is a boy meets girl story with a tearjerking twist – the twee twosome fall for each other at a cancer support group, so you know the changes of happy ever after are somewhat slim.
Attention, world. On behalf of fathers everywhere, it’s time to set the record straight – because if what went down on Sunday is anything to go by, you don’t know us. You don’t know us at all.
“This crime is unthinkable. What if they did it?” “What if they didn’t?”
For lovers of oddball films like Being John Malkovich and Adaptation, look no further than sci-fi drama HER (15: Entertainment In Video).
After the critical and commercial success of 12 Years A Slave, it’s no surprise that Hollywood has been looking to serve up other stories with similar ingredients.
As football’s global showcase finally cranks into action, here are a few questions to ask yourself if you’re worried that you are being taken in once again by what’s billed as a samba-soaked celebration of s0ccer but is, as we all secretly suspect, nothing more than a slick machine for milking passion and, more importantly, money from mugs all around the world.