The critics are having a ball with this predictable crime thriller that “limps” between Miami sleaze clichés.
Some reviews are downright brutal (“seemingly designed to sap viewers’ combined will to live”) while others call the sequel “superhero filmmaking”.
Getting these Hollywood heavyweights back together again for a classic wedding-ruining rom-com in a tropical location, complete with the will-they-won’t-they-get-back-together trope, looked really promising.
Hanks has starred in a few duds over the years and one of his latest efforts, ‘Pinocchio’, appears to tick that box.
When Jordan Peele makes a movie, film critics sit up and take notice. Ahead of the film’s global release tomorrow, the reviews are rolling in.
Two weeks from today, the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 cult classic will hit theatres.
Marvel movies are always going to hit big numbers at the box office, but the reviews for ‘Morbius’ are so bad that there are fears it will affect the bottom line.
The Ryan Reynolds Netflix film ‘The Adam Project’ was released last Friday. Some reviews have been kind, while others appear offended by the film’s very existence.
We have reached the review stage of ‘The Batman’ hype machine and one point is being stressed almost across the board.
Last year at least, Netflix managed to create a number of excellent original movies, some of which are likely to be Oscar nominees.
Director Denis Villeneuve has been rewarded with success, with his version of ‘Dune’ stacking up the star ratings, glowing reviews, and general acclaim.
With ‘No Time To Die’ set to hit UK theatres tomorrow, the reviews are in for Daniel Craig’s final hurrah as 007.
Oh dear – it looks like some critics aren’t too thrilled with Meghan’s first foray back into the movie business.
Based on a true story, ‘Richard Jewell’, follows in the vein of ‘Sully’… telling of a heroic serviceman, whose actions saved hundreds of lives.
‘Charlie’s Angels’ is back for a second reboot. While the films of the early 2000s were a pop culture event, this one is getting panned by critics.
This weekend, you get the chance to relive the incredible tale of Simba’s ascent to greatness. Just don’t expect too much.
Before the likes of Paris Hilton, the Internet and the Marvel superhero phenomenon, there were self-made celebrities and real marvels of nature like André Roussimoff.
‘Widows’ is the much-anticipated follow-up to ’12 Years a Slave’, Steve McQueen’s Oscar-winning drama about the antebellum South and the journey of Solomon Northup.
‘Creed’ picked up the Rocky story, creating a spin-off boxing drama about Apollo Creed’s son, Adonis, who falls under the mentorship of new coach, Rocky Balboa.
Juliet, Naked – if you were expecting nudity, you’re guaranteed to be disappointed. While the film title sounds a bit racy, this unconventional music comedy drama is actually quite harmless.
‘The Recce’ is a South African war drama from writer-director Johannes Ferdinand Van Zyl. The film follows the journey of a soldier behind enemy lines.
‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ is the third instalment in the Johnny English franchise, starring Rowan Atkinson as a bumbling Secret Service agent.
Crazy Rich Asians is a romance comedy drama based on the international bestseller, and features an all-Asian cast of up-and-coming to established stars.
‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ isn’t a sequel to ‘Austin Powers’, but rather a spy action adventure comedy starring Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon.
The box office numbers for ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ were always going to suffer from a Kevin Spacey backlash. Turn out the reviews are awful, too.