Guy Ritchie’s laddish, inconsistent take on Arthurian legend probably should’ve left the sword in the stone.
The visually stunning, Scarlett Johansson-led remake of Mamoru Oshii’s anime classic can’t escape the spectre of its strange racial politics.
The second coming of Trainspotting is a superfan-only affair, an inert nostalgia trip where the gang gets back together to do very little of note.
M. Night Shyamalan’s latest is outlandish in premise and limp in execution.
ASSASSIN’S CREED is the latest in a lengthy list of failures in the realm of video game film adaption.
Despite generous performances by its leads, THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS undermines its own capacity for complexity with flat characters and overreliance on pathos.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil offers flashes of brilliance doused by the disappointment of a missed opportunity, whilst laying the groundwork for important developments in the future of mainstream Bollywood.
With its attractive cast and soft comedy of tired stereotypes, the new film from SUPERBAD director Greg Mottola has little new to offer.
Depicting the service of a religious American pacifist in World War II, Mel Gibson’s new directorial outing is overtly beatific and brutal.
Ben Younger’s by-the-numbers boxing tale sports a lacklustre script and a frustrating representation of its female characters.