Mel Gibson

Dragged Across Concrete

By Hannah Strong

Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn play a pair of corrupt cops in S Craig Zahler’s ultraviolent latest.

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Fuel Injected Future: Remembering Mad Max at 40

By James Clarke

How George Miller’s 1979 debut feature helped set the post-apocalyptic genre in motion.

Dragged Across Concrete – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Director S Craig Zahler follows up Brawl in Cell Block 99 with another hefty dose of ultra-violence.

Daddy’s Home 2

By David Jenkins

This dire sequel filled with mechanically-reclaimed comedy marks a depressing low point for Will Ferrell.


Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are eying a Lethal Weapon comeback

By Hannah Strong

Turns out they’re not too old for this sh*t after all...

Hacksaw Ridge

By David Jenkins

Mel Gibson delivers an intensely brutal war movie with an intriguing moral twist.

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Blood Father

By Adam Woodward

Mel Gibson is back to his bruising best in this hugely entertaining throwback crime-thriller.


Mel Gibson goes berserk in the first Blood Father trailer

By Little White Lies

The Aussie star plays an ex-con with revenge in his eyes in this Jean-Francois Richet’s lean action thriller.

Hacksaw Ridge – first look review

By Katherine McLaughlin

Mad Mel returns to the director‘s chair, preaching pacifism in a church whose walls are splashed with gore.

Why What Women Want is the greatest blockbuster of the 21st century

By Ian Mantgani

In celebration of that rare beast – a battle-of-the-sexes fantasy rom-com that netted over $400 million at the box office.

Dreaming Big – The greatest blockbusters of the 21st century

By Little White Lies

Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.

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