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Billed as a prequel to Ridley Scott’s seminal science fiction horror Alien, Prometheus owes more to the conveyor belt copycats that followed in its wake than it does to the groundbreaking original.
These days, summer time means festival time and, as the country gears up to party in fields the length and breadth of the UK.
The last Spider-Man film only came out in 2007 but Hollywood has already seen fit to give the series about the troubled Lycra-clad crime-fighting webslinger a fashionable reboot.
Released just in time for the summer holidays, computer-generated animation Ice Age 4 is a real family friendly movie.
This is the second review of an animated feature in as many weeks, and just as last week’s review of Ice Age 4 revealed that the film is aimed squarely at little ones, so does The Lorax possess precious little to entertain grown ups – save for the smile it will undoubtedly elicit from kiddiewinks’ faces.
Fans of Seth MacFarlane’s particular brand of humour, which can be enjoyed on an almost daily basis through continual TV re-runs of adult comedy series Family Guy and American Dad!, have been anticipating his first full-length feature, Ted, for some time.
With a dearth of credible modern action heroes, the prospect of a screen ensemble including some of the greatest action stars of all time was really something to get audiences salivating.
Everyone’s having a crack at making it in the movies these days, and the latest movie star wannabe is comedian Rufus Hound.
What the heck has happened to Bobby and Peter Farrelly? In The Three Stooges, they seem to have made a stinker of a kids’ movie.
If you’re one of the many fans of the original Total Recall, the Arnold Schwarzenegger film based on a Philip K Dick short story, you would probably have been horrified when you first heard they were releasing a remake.