Review: The Fault In Our Stars (PG13, 127mins)Prepare your tissues for this light-hearted but poignant tearjerker | 4/5
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)Too many characters spoil the movie | 1/5
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
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
NC16, 110 mins
Review: Draft Day (NC16, 110 mins)An unexpectedly enjoyable American football film | 3/5
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)4/5
The director of Gladiator does the Old Testament.
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Pierce Brosnan renews his licence to kill!
Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey make food porn!
The Rolling Stones of Action Movies is back for another round of mayhem.
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