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.
For all its digressive, episodic and frequently ludicrous nature, this is a blazing return to form.
What it lacks, rather like Oscar himself, is any authentic magic.
Park Chan-wook makes a showy U.S. debut with this British-American psycho thriller.
This is not a biopic in the usual but rather, a Spielberg in the historical mode.