The Last Exorcism Part II is a positively lifeless sequel that continues the ubiquity of half-baked horror movies that are inevitably churned out by the Hollywood system each year.
A French period drama that has some perceptive insights into human nature but disappointingly descends into Hollywood cliche.
A vampire film that's more Let the Right One In than Twilight, Neil Jordan's ambitious work never quite comes to life.
Leonardo DiCaprio battles valiantly against the clumsy CG behemoth that is Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of F.Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel.
A documentary focusing on the life and times of Ginger Baker - a prodigiously talented drummer whose human empathy is conspicuously lacking.
A minor work from a major director, Me and You is never quite as fascinating as it thinks it is.
Pedro Almodóvar's airborne comedy is a disappointing mix of camp, cameos and cocktails, sorely lacking in wit and commentary.
A Hangover-esque comedy that all too often feels like it was written on auto-pilot, though it’s partially redeemed by some spirited acting.
Steve Coogan stars as Paul Raymond, the notorious entrepreneur/nightclub impresario who made Soho sleazy, in a film that authentically recreates his lascivious heyday.
Dead Man Down is an egregious, overly long thriller that's not as clever as it thinks it is. Also, Colin Farrell has a Hungarian accent.
Robert Downey Jr returns in Shane Black's witty and unusually dark addition to the Iron Man series.
Olympus Has Fallen is an '80s cheesefest in Noughties clothing, with an overly-serious and depressing tone and script.