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The Hobbit’s best sequence happens when our hero Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) meets Gollum (Andy Serkis) – and, although it occurs a fair old way into the film’s 170-minute running time, it’s worth the wait.
Seven Psychopaths is a richly layered concoction here to delight the unshockable.
Rise of the Guardians is a festive-themed animation that deserves to become a seasonal favourite.
The Master is boring, showy and pretentious, and nowhere is this better illustrated than in the two central performances.
A hush-hush operation to rescue six American diplomatic personnel from Iran after the November 1979 storming of the US embassy involved a risky and convoluted plot, cooked up by the CIA with the assistance of Canada.
The travesty with a film like Rust And Bone is that it just won’t get the audiences it deserves.
Kids’ films are often judged on their quality by their adult content, by which we mean whether or not they work on more than one level so that both parent and child can enjoy the cinema experience.
Skyfall's simplistic story clears the way for some sensational action set pieces, and some super home-grown locations.
Frankenweenie is a bewitchingly beautiful black and white bow to Universal horror films from the early days of cinema.
As a piece of popcorn entertainment, Looper is a relatively thrilling, no-need-to-think-too-much way to spend a couple of hours.