A sub-standard slasher flick that spends more time admiring its unnecessary poker metaphors than it does developing characters.
Director Ruben Fleischer once again teams up with Jesse Eisenberg, the star of his previous film Zombieland, for 30 Minutes or Less. The outcome of this partnership is an amusingly farcical thriller that doesn’t outstay its welcome.
Dripping with both style and blood, Lucky Number Slevin is a super cool but surprisingly violent crime caper that takes great pleasure in wrong-footing the audience.
A collection of borrowed ideas makes Automata a visually interesting tale, but not a very memorable one.
Mickey Rourke gives the performance of his career in this surprisingly heart-wrenching tale of an aging professional wrestler.
Fascinating characters abound in this stark, atmospheric interpretation of Thomas Harris’s Red Dragon.
Despite being unsure of its own intentions, The Family is a consistently entertaining action-comedy thanks to an exceptional cast and Luc Besson’s confident direction.
Nothing is safe in this effective but opinion-polarising parody. Team America pokes fun at everything from global stereotypes, to USA’s foreign policy, to anything even slightly left of right-wing politics. It’s an all-out war on political correctness, and its weapon of choice is bad taste. You’ll either be offended or you’ll laugh your arse off.