Our review of the latest Lego DC Superheroes adventure, Lego: Justice League - Attack of the Legion of Doom. A film every bit as fun and silly as you'd hope.
"Children will be captivated by its resplendent storytelling." Read our full Pan review now.
How well does Horrible Histories' first venture into the feature film market work? Read our review of Bill to find out.
Hailee Seinfeld leads an all-star cast in Barely Lethal, as a super-assassin who runs away to become a high-school student. Read our full review now.
Not one but two trailers of the big screen version of the children's horror book series Goosebumps starring Jack Black!
Can the usually amusing Minions maintain the fun in their first stand-alone movie? Terry Lewis finds out in our review of the first Minions movie.
An adventure 65,000, 022 years in the making, Marshall Julius launches Marshall at the Movies with a review of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World (2015).
Can Chris Pratt's dinosaur showcase ever top the original Jurassic Park? Read our Jurassic World review to find out.
Unfortunately a $150 million budget, and some solid performances can't save Disney's Tomorrowland from a sub-standard script. Read our full review now.
Walt Disney Animation Studios turns on the adorable charm with a boy and his big cuddly robot story with a Marvel Comics twist in our Big Hero 6 Blu-Ray review
Adapting their classic cartoon into a live-action movie, Disney have made Cinderella "overly sentimental but beautiful." Read our full review to learn more.
Review of the brand new SpongeBob Squarepants movie, Sponge Out Of Water.
Blu-ray review of Aardman Animation’s The Pirates! In an Adventure With Scientists; a fun, British, claymation, romp across the high-seas with a great cast.
Read our review of The Simpsons Thirteenth Season, and relive some past adventures of America's best loved cartoon family; Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie.