Review: Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (PG13, 139 mins)

Review: Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (PG13, 139 mins)
Our favourite redhead samurai gets a workout in the second part of the trilogy | 3.5/5


Review: The Hundred-Foot Journey (PG, 122 mins)

Review: The Hundred-Foot Journey (PG, 122 mins)
Don’t watch this movie with an empty stomach | 3.5/5


Review: November Man (NC16, 108 mins)

Review: November Man (NC16, 108 mins)
Ex-Bond Pierce Brosnan’s back playing spy games | 3.5/5


Review: Temporary Family (PG13, 100 mins)

Review: Temporary Family (PG13, 100 mins)
Underwhelming chemistry, too-convenient plot spoils the romantic comedy | 2/5


Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (PG, 102 mins)

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (PG, 102 mins)
Heroes in a half-hearted shell | 2.5/5


Review: Sex Tape (R21, 90 mins)

Review: Sex Tape (R21, 90 mins)
Stars try hard but the screenplay doesn’t | 2.5/5


Review: Into The Storm (PG13, 89 mins)

Review: Into The Storm (PG13, 89 mins)
The storm’s the only thing worth watching in this Twister-meets-Blair Witch Project rip-off | 2.5/5


Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy (PG13, 121 mins)

Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy (PG13, 121 mins)
This epic space opera is the perfect summer blockbuster with heart, humour, and yes, explosions | 4.5/5