Guy Ritchie returns to his roots, with a good time had by all, most notably an unrecognisable Hugh Grant.
A quirky offbeat and touching comedy about Nazism which shouldn’t work, but somehow does – and brilliantly.
Thanks in part to some incredible performances, this is a warm, touching & relevant retelling of the classic.
With a less than purr-fect transition to screen, there's a lack of energy & something off about the outfits.
In its attempt to tie up all the loose ends, TROS ends up being predictable and only marginally interesting.
Sticking with a winning formula, The Next Level is fun-filled, funny & fast-paced though a little less fresh.
Top-notch performances and great attention to detail ensure that this slow potboiler holds the attention.
A real romp of a whodunit with a cracking cast, a witty script and first-rate director.
A masterclass in acting between two giants as two diametrically opposed characters in an intriguing film.
Following up the global phenomenon was always going to be impossible but Disney make a pretty good fist of it.
Fine leads & an intriguing premise ensure that Mirrah Foulkes will be pleased as Punch with her debut.
Frothy and festive, but Last Christmas disappoints, delivering more of a whimper than a Wham!
Great performances and a consistently funny script throughout ensure that Little Monsters has plenty of bite.
Beautifully shot, with two great leads, and an engaging story, Le Mans ’66 rushes along at quite the pace.
It may be focus on people leafing through paperwork, but it's as gripping a movie as you’ll see all year.