Liam Neeson is the man with particular skills who can kick copious amounts of ass to get them back and make the bad guys pay, writes Matt Adcock.
An enthralling tidal wave of epic sea battles, stunning CGI, clever slow-motion...and laughable dialogue.
With Islamic militants all over the current news agenda, it seems timely to check Anton Corbijn’s new film, A Most Wanted Man, writes Matt Adcock.
On first look you might not be able to recognise the star of quirky comedy drama FRANK (Curzon).
Adam Wingard reanimates the spirit of the ’80s with slick action/horror thriller The Guest, writes Matt Adcock.
Arnie Schwarzenegger’s undemanding style of acting continues to do exactly what it says on the tin.
Nine years after the hard-boiled graphic novel sensation Sin City burst onto the big screen, co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller (who is also the writer) reunite to take us back to the mean black and white, hyper- stylised streets, writes Matt Adcock.
The boundaries of taste and logic are stretched to the limit in outrageous comedy NEIGHBOURS (15: Universal).
The webslinging hero battles a powerful new enemy when a downtrodden engineer develops lethal electrical powers in adventure sequel THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (12: Sony).
What happens when we unlock the whole 100% cerebral capacity of our brains?, asks Matt Adcock.