The prequel to the famous 'Wizard of Oz' has arrived at cinemas starring Michelle Williams, James Franco, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz. The story provides us with a magical journey that is spectacular in 3D.
Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann star as Pete and Debbie in the 'Kind-Of' sequel to Knocked Up, 'This is 40'. The couple try and work through life's problems and whether they still love each other as they get to the milestone of 40.
After four very successful films, the final film is now here and the franchise starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner has come to an end.
After a few years away, Will Smith is back, and is reviving one of his big franchises in the process. Unfortunately, there seems to be a general consensus of "meh", possibly down to the disappointing preceding sequel. However, fans of the first need worry not, as the franchise is back on track.
The "Alien" prequel that isn't an "Alien" prequel, this has been my most eagerly-anticipated film of the year. I've managed to avoid pretty much everything about it, so did it disappoint?
Well, to be honest, yes. If you're going to reboot a franchise, then you're obviously going to have to live up to what came before. And on pretty much every level, "Prometheus" fails by comparison.
A hugely enjoyable, viscerally violent film, this has you on the edge of your seat, heart pounding, face wincing, eyes desperately trying to keep up with the complicated, yet beautiful fight choreography.
The action isn't quite as non-stop as many reviews claim, but the film is better for that, as whilst the plot may be slight, there is more than enough to keep you invested and interested. The cast are superb, a recognisably diverse range of faces and characters, each giving their roles their all.
Tim Burton goes Gothic, casting Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. Well, that narrows it down.
Having enjoyed all of the Marvel movies to date (especially Iron Man onwards), I was looking forward to this film, but not quite as much as a lot of others seemed to be. I've been far more excited about Prometheus, The Dark Knight Rises and Brave, but this has proven to be everything I hoped it could be and more.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the real-life tragedy, I waited until this weekend to see one of my favourite movies back on the big screen, and it doesn't get much bigger than IMAX. And if any film deserves to be seen on the biggest of big screens, it's Titanic.
This film sees its co-writer and producer, Buffy creator Joss Whedon, finally reunited with the horror genre, alongside several of his TV alumni. What could possibly go wrong? Truthfully, I can't decide if this is absolute genius or absolute garbage. Upon reflection, I'd have to say it's an equal balance of both.