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
R21, 128 mins
Review: Chinese Puzzle (R21, 128 mins)The third instalment in the wildly popular (in France at least) Spanish Apartment trilogy| 4/5 stars
NC16, 93 min
Review: Control (NC16, 93 min)A futuristic thriller starring Daniel Wu and bad CGI| 2.5/5 stars
NC16, 135 mins
Review: The White Storm (NC16, 135 mins)Hong Kong’s finest actors in an action-packed crime flick| 3/5 stars
G, 108 min
Review: Frozen (G, 108 min)It’s an icy blast of fun from Disney| 3.5/5 stars
PG, 86 min
Review: Paradise (PG, 86 min)This is more paradise-not-found than cinematic utopia. | 1.5/5 stars
R21, 104 min
Review: Old Boy (R21, 104 min)Fans of the original movie will be delighted to know that Spike Lee has managed to twist one of the classic scenes. | 3/5 stars
M18, 93 min
Review: -197°C Murder (M18, 93 min)Everything about the movie is done to make you go ‘Oh, I didn’t see that coming’ | 3/5 stars
It’s Starship Troopers meets Groundhog Day (RIP, Harold Ramis and thanks for the laughs).
Are you ready for another round of 3D heavy metal Bayhem? This time, there will be Dinobots! So what’s not to like?
The casts of the original X-Men trilogy and 2011’s X-Men: First Class in one movie!
The director of Black Swan goes Biblical with the granddaddy of doomsday stories.
It’s the next Hunger Games!
Pin the Entertainment channel for quick access.
It's easy! Drag the MSN butterfly from:
to the Windows taskbar at the bottom of your screen
Advantages of pinning
Pinned pages quickly deliver the content you want most