Benedict Cumberbatch in the role of Hamlet
Visceral, alluring and brave
An example of ignorant, lazy, misogynistic film making.
These films have gone from strength to strength.
This makes me feel sad for the rest.
Effortless flow and gripping honesty
A lack of consistency stops it from reaching perfection
Just in time for Halloween spooky film watching
You won't know if you’ve been rooting for the good guys or the bad guys
Both the images and accompanying music were full of motion
Learn how to grow potatoes in your own freeze dried poop.
Corbijn takes on James Dean.
Christoph Waltz oozes quiet menace
It's not bad; it's just not amazing.
It's definitely a must see
Catton Park transformed into a place of cinematic worship
Maybe the best things do come in small packages
3/10. Oh dear.
Satisfying, stylish and well balanced
In summary, this film looks like 10 tons of fun
Shallow, artificial and over-rated
This film makes me angry.
Chappie is a robot movie that adds up to more than the sum of its parts.
Visually stunning action scenes
Sorry Johnny, but we don’t need another hero.
Where does Gandalf keep his army? Up his wizard’s sleevey.
Don't just watch the fireworks this November, go and see Interstellar.
You’ll love it. We did.
This is Posh.
This month we look at Dawn of the Planet of the Apes; the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and the second film of the rebooted franchise.
Why does Godzilla have two feet? Because six inches would look ridiculous.
Rather than sack the chef (director Marc Webb) they seem to have sent him on a cookery course – apparently the Whedon school of cookery, and maybe, just maybe, it’s paid off.
Where F1 is the subject of Life On The Limit, the documentary itself could feature in a future film called ‘Storytelling on the Limit’.
Welcome to the re-match of the year: Sparta vs Persia
Basically the reasons you should go see this are as obvious as an eleven year old trying to sneak a Robocop VHS out of Aylsham video shop.
Who better than the guy who showed us gangsters being businessmen [Scorcese], to show us bankers being criminals?
It’s time to catch up with Bilbo Baggins and his gang of burly, yet crockery-conscious dwarves