It’s a case of massively diminishing returns for Zachary Levi’s snap-talking teen superhero in this sequel which struggles to locate a raison d’être.
Roger Michell’s swansong is a fittingly wholesome and heartwarming caper, an ode to Ealingesque whimsy and charm.
By Eve Jones
This gentle road comedy starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland depicts an ageing couple at the end of the trail.
By Elena Lazic
The man once self-described as Mr Box Office heads up yet another slushy, contrived dud.
Alan Rickman’s final screen outing is a textbook exercise in bringing modern warfare to the big screen.
Bryan Cranston charms his way through this breezy biopic centred around the Hollywood Blacklist scandal.
This Thatcher-era gangland classic returns to the screens via a newly restored print.
The Master of Suspense gets his very own glib and psychologically-stilted Wiki-biopic.
Rowan Joffe delivers a stale and soapy rehash when he should have dared to dream bigger.