Locke is Tom Hardy sitting in a car for hours, on his phone. But it’s brilliant, and he doesn’t even run over any cyclists
Harsh Critic went to the Australian premiere of Ron ‘Happy Days’ Howard’s long-awaited Formula One flick Rush, and we didn’t have to gate-crash.
It’s a sci-fi fantasy that ties up its loose ends with a cannon. But is it just pixie-neon wank?
It’s a mighty fine thing to be shocked in a movie, and not in the “oh wow, that female character has a penis” kind of way. The Place Beyond the Pines is a film that shakes off the Hollywood stupor.
How much do you love Tom Cruise? Not as much as he does. But if you love him the amount that Hollywood believes we all do, you’ll love this sci-fi noir Tomfest. We didn’t.
Clark Kent’s high-flying, world-saving alter ego discovers that putting the Reg Grundys on before the super-suit does wonders for the credibility.
The movie After Earth should only have been released after Earth ceased to exist. Then Humanity’s suffering would be less.
And could everyone just stop using lazy Great/great headlines? Well, no. (To both.)
Don’t believe the [rest of the] Internet. Gosling’s Gangster Squad is a misunderstood masterpiece, sort of. And it has Emma Stone.
Welcome to The Last Stand, where the Governator is back, like a post-stroke Autobot: monosyllabic, baffled and shambling into the furniture
Warm Bodies is a zom-rom-com, but there’s not much comedy in it, and the romance is hard to swallow, particularly for the zombie. So it’s more of a zom-bomb, really.