Second serving satisfies
No amazingly new dish created here, but a solid buffet meal of fun.
Video games become hyperreal in <i>Ender's Game</I>
With high scores comes responsibility…and a message of morality.
<i>One Chance</i> is an upbeat, playful crowd-pleaser
The laughs are easy in this true underdog story of Paul Potts, the first winner of Britain's Got Talent.
A warts and all coming of age flick
From the makers of 500 Days of Summer comes raw teen drama The Spectacular Now.
A cringe-worthy and tedious trip to Austenland
Disenchanted by a string of failed relationships, Jane would rather spend her nights with a cardboard cut-out of Colin Firth as Mr Darcy.
When mums go wild...
Adoration will not be for everyone, and may seem empty, pointless or just plain creepy for those who don't look more intensely at the clever script.
The peculiar world of Renoir
While falling short of the masterpiece produced by its name-sake, Gilles Bourdos still directs a French drama film in the form of Renoir.
Pink is saving grace in sex-addiction rom-com
Adam's recovery as a sex addict is tested when he encounters Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow) and tries to maintain a normal relationship.
R.I.P.D. is D.O.A.
What do you get when you take the bad bits of <i>Men in Black</i> and add in bad bits from every other mismatched buddy cop movie...