Silicon Valley’s Kumail Nanjiani, and Ray Romano, star in The Big Sick; a film which is “everything a romance, a comedy, or a drama should aspire to be.”
While it has its problems, Matt Wheeldon says The Legend Of Tarzan has everything you could want from a Tarzan movie. Read our full review for more.
Matt Wheeldon reviews Garry Marshall’s latest ensemble comedy/romance picture, Mother’s Day; “a lifeless shell of a film.”
“Neither conventional enough to pull the heart strings, or raunchy enough to be properly funny”, How To Be Single is out now. Read our full review here.
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies shuffles onto the big screen with the undead meets classic literature joke being disappointingly unfulfilled in Terry Lewis’ review of it.
While not a Trainwreck itself, Amy Schumer’s new comedy movie have the potential to be much more than it ends up being. Read our full review now.
“The kind of film-making we desperately need more of”, The Diary of a Teenage Girl is out now, and reviewed in full here.
The first full length feature film from directing group Jones proves to be “entertaining and uplifting.” Read our Everyone’s Going To Die review to see how.
Adapted from Thomas Hardy’s classic novel, Far From The Madding Crowd is a “mish-mash of styles, which will leave you frustrated.” Read our full review for more.
Life As We Know It Blu-ray review; a romantic comedy about two people who are forced to live, and raise a child together, when they inherit their goddaughter.
500 Days of Summer is not a love story, it is a story about love, or so say the filmmakers. Read our full review of this quirky and original romance film to find out how true that statement is, and how the film looks and sounds in high-definition.