The Expendables are back and this time they are “back for war.”
Jason Bourne was just the tip of the iceberg as Jeremy Renner takes on the new secret agent action role in this fourth instalment of the espionage franchise.
There comes a time when a man creates something so brilliant that he has no hope of ever surpassing it. Is this that point?
Electrick Children is an eccentric, yet gripping, Indie teen drama that deals with the coming of age story from a completely different approach.
This Armageddon style rom-com may take a serious tone, rather than a comedic view on the situation, but it is sure to entertain and bring a tear to your eyes.
One of Marvel’s greatest superheroes is back and this time he is amazing.
Taking after the explorations of a city through episodic meanderings such as Paris, je t’aime, 7 Days In Havana does exactly what it says on the tin.
This paranormal thriller, by Spanish director Rodrigo Cortés, is full of suspense and ambition, yet will leave you sorely disappointed.
The absurdity of this film makes it great, but for some will be the films downfall.
Jayne Rodgers reviews Guilty Pleasures, a finely crafted documentary film inspired by cultural phenomenon Mills & Boon.