Films starring Jamie Foxx

Strays review – tedious enough to make you hate dogs

By Hannah Strong

Abandoned by his owner, a happy-go-lucky terrier must learn to survive on the mean streets in this dire comedy, packed with poo jokes and crotch-bothering.



By Hannah Strong

Jamie Foxx plays a jazz musician attempting to return to the land of the living in Pixar's latest animated spectacle.

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Just Mercy

By Hannah Strong

Destin Daniel Cretton’s biopic of wrongly incarcerated death row inmate Walter McMillian plays it a little too safe.


Robin Hood

By Adam Woodward

A miscast Taron Egerton fronts this dour retelling of the age-old English folktale.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2

By Chris Blohm

Your friendly neighbourhood web-slinger returns for more of the same, albeit with much less charm.


Django Unchained

By Jonathan Crocker

Hate, murder and revenge as Quentin Tarantino goes west. Well, south.

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Due Date

By Benjamin Lee

Try as it may, Due Date never really manages to escape its rather tired ‘odd couple’ concept.


The Soloist

By Lorien Haynes

A big budget production sees director Joe Wright losing the reins on a film with some truly dire metaphorical moments.


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