Review: Brick Mansions (Rating TBA, 90mins)

Review: Brick Mansions (Rating TBA, 90mins)
Get a kick out of Paul Walker’s final film | 4.5/5


Review: Oculus (NC16,103min)

Review: Oculus (NC16,103min)
Mirror, mirror on the wall, Oculus may not be the scariest of them all | 3/5


Review: The Other Woman (PG13, 109 mins)

Review: The Other Woman (PG13, 109 mins)
Funny women, unfunny situation | 2.5/5


Review: Iceman 3D (PG13, 90 mins)

Review: Iceman 3D (PG13, 90 mins)
Donnie Yen doesn’t bust too many moves here | 2/5


Review: Transcendence (PG, 119 mins)

Review: Transcendence (PG, 119 mins)
An unexpectedly “blah” film | 2/5


Review: Sabotage (TBA, 109 mins)

Review: Sabotage (TBA, 109 mins)
Schwarzenegger stars in this limp, muscle-bound, violent action-thriller | 2/5


Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (PG, 136 mins)

Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (PG, 136 mins)
Cap is back in a superhero movie that doesn’t feel like one | 4/5


Review: The Lunchbox (PG, 104 mins)

Review: The Lunchbox (PG, 104 mins)
When two ordinary people sort of meet up for lunch | 4/5


Review: Beijing Love Story (NC16, 122 mins)

Review: Beijing Love Story (NC16, 122 mins)
Plot twists galore in this film about love and lust |3/5 stars


Review: The Wind Rises (PG, 126 mins)

Review: The Wind Rises (PG, 126 mins)
Hayao Miyazaki’s historical fiction film is a touching tribute |4/5 stars


Review: The Railway Man (NC16, 116 mins)

Review: The Railway Man (NC16, 116 mins)
The Railway Man strikes a hollow note |3/5 stars


Review: The Nut Job (PG, 86 mins)

Review: The Nut Job (PG, 86 mins)
No crunch in this stale nut of a story |2/5 stars


Review: Saving Mr Banks

Review: Saving Mr Banks
This movie is delightfully supercalifragilisticexpialidocious |4/5 stars


Review: All Is Lost (PG, 106 min)
Redford knows his way |4/5 stars


Review: Out of the Furnace (M18,116min)

Review: Out of the Furnace (M18,116min)
2.5/5 stars


Review: Philomena (NC16, 98 mins)

Review: Philomena (NC16, 98 mins)
Judi Dench turns in yet another splendid performance |4/5 stars


Review: Lone Survivor (M18, 121 mins)

Review: Lone Survivor (M18, 121 mins)
An intense and riveting performance from Mark Wahlberg and Co |3.5/5 stars


Review: Endless Love (PG13, 105 mins)

Review: Endless Love (PG13, 105 mins)
2/5 stars


Review: Nebraska (NC16,115 mins)
Bruce Dern captures the spotlight with an authentic performance |3.5/5 stars


Review: The Book Thief (PG, 131 mins)
It has its inspired moments, but taking on the Holocaust will always be a tricky thing |2.5/5 stars


Review: The Lego Movie (G, 100 mins)

Review: The Lego Movie (G, 100 mins)
It’s a bonafide “block”-buster |4/5 stars


Review: The Monkey King (PG, 120 mins)

Review: The Monkey King (PG, 120 mins)
Donnie Yen does a good job of monkeying around |3/5 stars


Review: RoboCop (PG 13, 118 min)

Review: RoboCop (PG 13, 118 min)
The sci-fi classic gets a new look — and a different soul |3.5/5 stars


Review: Golden Chickensss ((M18, 100 mins)

Review: Golden Chickensss ((M18, 100 mins)
3/5 stars


Review: The Lion Men (PG, 130 mins)

Review: The Lion Men (PG, 130 mins)
It has its moments, but borders on draggy |2.5/5 stars


Review: From Vegas to Macau (PG13, 94 mins)

Review: From Vegas to Macau (PG13, 94 mins)
Guaranteed to tickle audiences right until the very end | 3/5 stars


Review: Dallas Buyers Club (R21, 117 mins)

Review: Dallas Buyers Club (R21, 117 mins)
Matthew McConaughey is phenomenal, but the film isn’t nearly as brilliant as it wants to be |3/5 stars


Review: August: Osage County (NC16, 130mins)

Review: August: Osage County (NC16, 130mins)
Despite the yelling, this is a formidable acting showcase that is delivered with sincere honesty| 3.5/5 stars


Review: Mood Indigo (NC16, 95 mins)

Review: Mood Indigo (NC16, 95 mins)
The film is a hyper-real paen to having loved and lost |4/5 stars


Review: Mobius (M18, 109 mins)

Review: Mobius (M18, 109 mins)
2.5/5 stars


Review: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (NC16, 92 mins)

Review: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (NC16, 92 mins)
And old man and his grandson’s road trip, Jackass-style| 3/5 stars


Review: The Four 2 (PG13, 117 mins)

Review: The Four 2 (PG13, 117 mins)
Things get personal for the four constables| 3/5 stars


Review: The Legend Of Hercules (PG13, 100 mins)

Review: The Legend Of Hercules (PG13, 100 mins)
A visually impressive but forgettable movie| 3/5 stars


Review: As The Light Goes Out (PG13, 115 mins)

Review: As The Light Goes Out (PG13, 115 mins)
A blackout on Christmas Eve can be fun (and terrifying)| 4/5 stars


Review: Delivery Man (PG13, 105 mins)

Review: Delivery Man (PG13, 105 mins)
It’s an American remake of a good Canadian film by the same director| 3/5 stars


Review: 12 Years A Slave (M18, 134 mins)

Review: 12 Years A Slave (M18, 134 mins)
If 12 Years A Slave isn’t Oscar bait, we don’t know what is| 4/5 stars


Review: The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (PG13, 161 mins)

Review: The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (PG13, 161 mins)
Bilbo’s journey continues. A dragon says hello.| 3.5/5 stars