Action movie Kick-Ass was so lively and inventive that it stood out from most other superhero adventures.
With the next slab of The Hobbit lurking in the wings, new releases this week are on the lightweight side.
“Carrie had some sort of power. But she was just like me...like any of you, she had hopes, she had fears, but we pushed her. And you can only push someone so far before they break...”
For a thrilling slice of escapism, look no further than THE LONE RANGER (12: Walt Disney), which engages in the same kind of myth-making that made the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise such a success.
Hollywood’s favourite source Stephen King has produced the raw material for all manner of hits and misses in the past, but it’s not often that remakes rear their head.
I’m a bloke, which apparently means I am a bit of a headache when it comes to Christmas pressies.
Crowds gathered to mark the start of the festive period in Biggleswade.
“I want you to forget everything you think you know about the games. Last year was child’s play. This year, you’re dealing with experienced killers.”
We had to wait seven years for the return of superhero MAN OF STEEL (12: Warner) following the lukewarm reception given to Superman Returns.
We may have seen a smattering of recent movies aimed firmly as the ‘more mature’ market but the kids are still where the cash is.
The images from the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines have been absolutely heart-wrenching and certainly put any troubles we may have into perspective.
I’ve tried closing my eyes and counting to 10, I’ve had a go at turning round three times and saying the magic word, I may have to resort to just banging my head against a brick wall in a vain attempt to return to reality – but at the moment I appear to be trapped in a parallel universe.
“I suspect that we are ill-formed for the path we have chosen. Ill-formed and ill-prepared. We would like to draw a veil over all the blood and terror that have brought us to this place.
After spoofing zombie horrors (Shaun Of The Dead) and an action thriller (Hot Fuzz), comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost team up again for a sci-fi fantasy.
Forest Whitaker is centre stage in another slice of slightly sugary social history looking back at changing attitudes to race and class in the United States.
Let us take a few moments to consider the important role of broccoli in professional sport.
‘Houston, do you read me? I have a bad feeling about this mission…’