The story of the he first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. Tom Hanks will be your captain this evening.
An unexceptional, low-key thriller that stars Bryan Cranston as a Polish sociopath looking to retrieve a substantial amount of lost cash.
Try as it might, the muddled and scarcely credible Prisoners cannot overcome its own daft plotting.
A poorly written and ultimately unsatisfying look at the last two years of Princess Diana's life.
A glitzy, proficient drama based on the rivalry between two real-life Formula One drivers from the same writer-director duo behind Frost/Nixon.
The latest offering from Spanish-based studio Kandor Graphics has the style but not the substance to match the kingpins of the animated world.
Despite some well-crafted action sequences, The Lone Ranger is ultimately an overlong, indulgent mess.
Pixar's latest movie isn't quite on a par with the company's most venerated films, but it's still a satisfying, witty and engaging effort that returns to the world of 2001's Monsters, Inc.
With the beautiful Before Midnight, director/co-writer Richard Linklater makes us fall in love once more, as Jesse and Celine confront middle age, the future and each other.
Henry Cavill ably fills the Super-suit, but the bloated Man Of Steel is not quite the cinematic return to form the Son of Krypton was waiting for.
The last son of Krypton has an Earth-destructing challenge to handle on his first week in the job as Superman.
Initial fears that Joss Whedon had produced a hyped-up student production of Shakespeare were banished by a hilarious screenplay and surprising performances from a cast of his regulars.