Review: This Is Where I Leave You (M18,104mins)

Review: This Is Where I Leave You (M18,104mins)
The A-list cast tries hard but can director Shawn Levy pick up the pace? | 3/5


Review: The Purge: Anarchy (NC16, 104 mins)

Review: The Purge: Anarchy (NC16, 104 mins)
A sequel to last year’s The Purge | 3/5


Review: But Always (PG13, 106 mins)

Review: But Always (PG13, 106 mins)
Visually beautiful, but empty | 2.5/5


Review: Earth To Echo (PG, 91 mins)

Review: Earth To Echo (PG, 91 mins)
Not just another childish rehash | 3.5/5


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


Review: 7500 (PG13, 80mins)

Review: 7500 (PG13, 80mins)
Japanese director Takashi Shimizu’s American horror story is plane disappointing | 2/5


Review: Third Person (M18,137 mins)

Review: Third Person (M18,137 mins)
A star-studded cast fails to save another Crash from Paul Haggis | 2.5/5


Review: Hateship Loveship (M18,102 mins)

Review: Hateship Loveship (M18,102 mins)
SNL’s Kristin Wiig sets aside the jokes for some serious drama| 3/5


Review: A Haunted House 2 (R21, 87 mins)

Review: A Haunted House 2 (R21, 87 mins)
This takes cringe-worthy to a whole new level | 0.5/5


Review: Space Pirate Captain Harlock (PG13, 110 mins)

Review: Space Pirate Captain Harlock (PG13, 110 mins)
Convoluted plot fails sophisticated 3D animation | 2.5/5


Review: May We Chat (TBA, 99mins)

Review: May We Chat (TBA, 99mins)
Movie sheds false light on Hong Kong’s youth culture | 1/5


Review: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (PG13,130 mins)

Review: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (PG13,130 mins)
This ‘prequel sequel’ is seriously good monkey business | 4/5


Review: Walking On Sunshine (PG, 98 mins)

Review: Walking On Sunshine (PG, 98 mins)
A fun flick set to `80s music | 3/5


Review: Begin Again (NC16, 104mins)

Review: Begin Again (NC16, 104mins)
A romcom that’s music to our ears | 3.5/5


Review: Tammy (NC16, 96 mins)

Review: Tammy (NC16, 96 mins)
Plot fails Susan Sarandon and Melissa McCarthy’s comic relationship | 2.5/5


Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG13,165mins)

Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG13,165mins)
This Transformers is too long a bang for our buck | 2.5/5


Review: The Fault In Our Stars (PG13, 127mins)

Review: The Fault In Our Stars (PG13, 127mins)
Prepare your tissues for this light-hearted but poignant tearjerker | 4/5


Review: 22 Jump Street (M18, 112 mins)

Review: 22 Jump Street (M18, 112 mins)
They’ve moved on to college and it’s just as fun | 4/5


Review: Meeting The Giant (TBA)

Review: Meeting The Giant (TBA)
Too many characters spoil the movie | 1/5


Review: The Lion Men: Ultimate Showdown (PG, 107 mins)

Review: The Lion Men: Ultimate Showdown (PG, 107 mins)
The second part of The Lion Men is, at times, painful to watch | 1/5


Review: Chef (NC16, 114 mins)

Review: Chef (NC16, 114 mins)
Iron Man director Jon Favreau returns to his indie roots with this cinematic comfort food | 3/5


Review: Draft Day (NC16, 110 mins)

Review: Draft Day (NC16, 110 mins)
An unexpectedly enjoyable American football film | 3/5


Review: Edge Of Tomorrow (PG13. 113 mins)

Review: Edge Of Tomorrow (PG13. 113 mins)
Tom Cruise dies again and again — and it’s all fun | 4/5


Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past (PG-13,133min)

Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past (PG-13,133min)
4/5


Review: Godzilla (PG-13,123min)

Review: Godzilla (PG-13,123min)
Monsters good; humans bad | 3/5


Review: Bad Neighbours (R21, 97 minutes)

Review: Bad Neighbours (R21, 97 minutes)
Frat-boy humour that’s actually funny | 3.5/5


Review: Filial Party (PG 13, 110 mins)

Review: Filial Party (PG 13, 110 mins)
Boris Boo’s new movie truly questions the meaning of filial piety? | 4.5/5


Review: Walk Of Shame (NC16, 96 mins)

Review: Walk Of Shame (NC16, 96 mins)
Elizabeth Banks can do so much better. | 2.5/5


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