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Writer-director Leigh Whannell brings wit and originality to what could easily have been very hackneyed genre fare... [Read More]
'Screenlife' films are intended to free filmmakers to reinvent storytelling for an online age but some of the late twists here are formulaic... [Read More]
'Action Point' may not be much of a movie but Knoxville's flair for violent slapstick ensures that its tempo, at least, never flags... [Read More]
The director/producer is the pioneer of "Screenlife" films, a new concept in filmmaking in which the action takes place entirely on the screens of computers... [Read More]
Dir Peter Stephan Jungk, 92 mins, featuring: Misha Donat, Duncan Forbes, Barbara Honigmann, Irina Sherbakova, Peter Suschitzky, Wolfgang Suschitzky... [Read More]
Dir Daniel Kokotajlo, 95 mins, starring: Siobhan Finneran, Robert Emms, Sacha Parkinson, Steve Evets, James Quinn, Molly Wright... [Read More]
Dir Genndy Tartakovsky, 97 mins, voiced by: Adam Sandler Andy Samberg, David Spade, Selena Gomez, Kathryn Hahn, Steve Buscemi... [Read More]
Dir Felix Randau, 94 mins, starring: Jürgen Vogel, André Hennicke, Susanne Wuest, Sabin Tambrea, Martin Augustin Schneider, Violetta Schurawlow... [Read More]
Dir Christopher McQuarrie, 148 mins, starring: Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Cavill, Michelle Monaghan, Simon Pegg, Angela Bassett... [Read More]
Thankfully, there is a sizeable enough part of the audience with a high tolerance for just such a mixture... [Read More]
But for all its craft and elegance, this account of the origins of Frankenstein never really comes to life... [Read More]
This is yet another of those feel-good fables in which characters at the end of their tethers find redemption through an unlikely sport or hobby... [Read More]
The new doc made with the co-operation of the subject's family and features interviews with her brothers, mother, former husband Bobby Brown and many other... [Read More]
Five years on, the most disturbing aspect of the films is that the world they depict is no longer so far beyond the scope of... [Read More]
A new documentary about Whitney Houston is the latest example of the genre that feeds our morbid fascination with tales of talented women who go... [Read More]
The fright factor here comes less from the shrieks, decapitations and simmering undercurrent of violence than from the grief and doubt that we read in... [Read More]
Director Gary Ross has made a movie just as slick and as superficial as the earlier instalments of the Ocean's franchise in which the men... [Read More]
The documentary follows the riders in the so-called "Mongol Derby," often billed as the toughest horse race in the world... [Read More]
It benefits from a finely judged performance from Zosia Mamet as the would-be novelist, Diana... [Read More]
Lek And The Dogs may be uneven and self-indulgent but it is also full of moments of startling lyricism and originality... [Read More]