A patchwork of sci-fi cinema touchstones with truly stunning sights.
In the wake of the triumph of ‘The Avengers’, this still feels like something of a disappointment
The unexpected sublime mid-film Himalayan wire-fu sequence is one of the reasons to catch the film.
As a lone Secret Service agent, Gerard Butler is surprisingly more suited for action than comedy.
Both about derivatives and consciously derivative, the movie finds Soderbergh riffing on Hitchcock.
A prehistoric family who escapes death by disease, larger than life cats and other assorted nasties.
What it lacks, rather like Oscar himself, is any authentic magic.
For all its digressive, episodic and frequently ludicrous nature, this is a blazing return to form.
Park Chan-wook makes a showy U.S. debut with this British-American psycho thriller.
Bryan Singer's high-concept fairy tale never gets off the ground.