By Lou Thomas
Expectations be damned: Disney’s riverboat caper is one of the year’s most purely pleasurable motion pictures.
Silence is less than golden in this occasionally effective blockbuster sequel which trades horror for action.
The trade in illegal drugs between Latin America and the US has been a favoured subject for mainstream filmmakers for decades.
By Anton Bitel
There’s much to admire about this muted horror from actor-director John Krasinksi.
Emily Blunt stars as a tipsy murder witness in this crushingly perfunctory literary adaptation.
This tricksy, time-looping caper acts as a telling metaphor for the repeated resurgence of its leading man, Tom Cruise.
Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.
A sing-a-long review of this delightful screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical.
A weedy Crusier is dropped into a time-switching sci-fi set-up, with undeniably interesting results.