The latest disaster movie to hit our screens, San Andreas is entertaining in its visual splendor, its hokey pro-America slant and the Rock being typically cool.
Tomorrowland has the potential to be special, but its own convoluted script drags it down.
A stunning experiment in pushing the limits of exposition, editing and expectation, The Tribe is a primal, riveting howl in a sea of processed blockbuster product.
Clouds of Sils Maria sees three fine actresses confront the trials of self-promotion and doubt with fierce intelligence and grace.
With enrapturing visuals and anarchic energy in spades, the audacious extravaganza that is Mad Max: Fury Road demands to be experienced on the biggest screen possible.
The Canal boasts a handful of scares, but nothing to distinguish it from so many other horrors.
With verve and empathy, Girlhood delivers a compelling portrait of young womanhood disguised as a social commentary.
American comedian-TV host Jon Stewart picks a complicated political backdrop for his directorial debut, which shows potential for future projects. Gael Garcia Bernal is the lead in this drama about overcoming despair.
The film banks on Samuel L. Jackson doing his thing as the President of the United States, but his characterisation proves unappealing. Various other aspects of the movie contribute to it being a missed opportunity.
Highly reverential, yet admirably modern in its execution, Far From the Madding Crowd is a worthy, engaging breath of new life into Hardy’s iconic text.