Five Ryan Gosling films you probably missed
In honour of the actor's 38th birthday, here are five of his lesser known films
American Animals review - true crime in a whole new light
Multi-million-dollar heist gone wrong. This story is their truth.
From Kingsman to Dancing Queen, here are five of Colin Firth’s most iconic roles
Celebrating this national treasure’s 58th birthday.
An Actor Prepares review – a road trip movie in need of direction
A series of comedic events that encourage laughs, but minimal emotional impact.
Like Father review - a deceptively heart-warming learning curve
What is success if it doesn't come with happiness?
Mad to Be Normal review - a story lacking substance
Not the eye-opener it could have been.
Sandra Bullock in her most iconic roles
In celebration of Bullock's 54th birthday, we take a look at five of her most iconic roles.
Director Sergio G Sánchez talks shooting in Spain, the modern audience, and the future of his fresh, young cast
''Film is like a ghost. It’s something intangible...''
Freak Show review -an unapologetic celebration of self-identity
A colourful explosion of self-expression.
New trailers drop for First Man and The Little Stranger
Have a first look at Damien Chazelle and Lenny Abrahamson's upcoming films in their all new trailers.
My Friend Dahmer review - Ross Lynch shines in an otherwise dull narrative
Marc Meyer’s new biopic is not the suspense-filled thriller many viewers may expect.
I Feel Pretty review – a fun but problematic story of self confidence
Does beauty equal confidence?
Beast review - a meticulously crafted, manipulative journey
Take a trip down a warped rabbit hole in Michael Pearce's feature-length debut.
Thoroughbreds review - female friendship turns fatal
An incredible directorial debut from Cory Finley, Thoroughbreds is disturbing on a multitude of levels.
Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool DVD review - Jamie Bell and Annette Bening shine on screen
At the forefront of this biographical drama are two powerhouse performances.
Film Review: Pitch Perfect 3
An energetic and heart-warming goodbye from the Bellas.
Film Review: The Disaster Artist
James Franco's latest film proves that even the world’s worst can be a triumph.