Michelle Williams does relationship turmoil so well. Director: Sarah PolleyCast: Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Luke Kirby.Rating: M 4 stars (out of 5)
Admittedly, I didn't hold out much hope for this movie. Expecting a cheesy, camp, B-grade bloodfest, I have to say Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is not only entertaining, but extremely well made.
Magic Mike (Hoyts and Rialto) opened in America at the beginning of the month and has done such great business the studio has already announced that it is rushing a sequel into production.
Based partly on the early days of actor Channing Tatum's life, Magic Mike is a high-energy mixture of a sexier, raunchier The Full Monty and Boogie Nights, but without the porn.
You have to be pretty confident to issue a Batman movie without Batman in the title and you have to be a rather aggressive arguer to insist against studio logic that a big-budget action movie not be in 3-D.
On the eve of her 60th birthday, Mary (Rossellini) discovers that she is in fact old. Well, older than she thought she was. Concerned her allure may be waning and worried about a momentary loss of memory, Mary starts to test her husband Adam's (Hurt) patience with an insistence that they suddenly address their age.
Set eight years after the death of Harvey Dent and Batman going into permanent hiding as a fugitive, The Dark Knight Rises is a dark, broody and brilliant follow-up to 2008's The Dark Knight.
Seth MacFarlane is a busy guy with three television shows he writes, voices and produces (Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show), and now he has written and directed a movie as well as voicing one of the characters.
Director Marc Webb gives us a more emotionally-driven superhero movie in this Spider-Man reboot.
Based on the novel of the same name, The Door is every bit an eastern European tale but with English spoken as the language.
Can you believe it is 10 years since director Sam Raimi had a massive hit with Spider-Man?
A buddy movie with a twist, Ted follows John (Wahlberg) and Ted (MacFarlane) as they go through the trouble of mixing best friends with girlfriends.
As pleasant as it is to see a film that you expect to be good deliver, what really makes me smile is enjoying a movie that held no initial appeal.
A Royal Affair is a Danish drama that focuses on an 18th-century relationship between a mentally ill king, his wife and his physician.
Due to Scrat's continuous fixation with the acorn, he accidently kicks off an earthquake causing the continental drift at the start of the latest Ice Age movie.
The press release calls Café de Flore a "mystical and fantastical odyssey on love", which is a polite way of talking up a film that is a bit of a dog's breakfast when it comes to coherent storytelling.
If you are going to single-handedly save a young girl from an evil trifecta of Chinese triad, Russian mafia and corrupt cops you had better be a proven action star, such as Jason Statham.
Pixar's latest movie, the first to be toplined by a female character, bears all the hallmarks of a classic Disney tale.
Power ballads from the 1980s make my teeth ache, which is a pity because all of the music in Rock of Ages (Rialto and Hoyts) is culled from that era.
The Danes have Mads Mikkelsen, the Swedes have Michel Nyqvist and the French have Daniel Auteuil: actors whose faces seem synonymous with their indigenous cinema.