Leaving behind his vampire hunting this is Abraham Lincoln as the political genius who abolished slavery. Read the review here.
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Denzel Washington soars as the talented pilot consumed by inner demons in Robert Zemeckis’s Flight. Read the review here.
Did someone run over Quentin Tarentino’s dog? Or steal his favourite car? Because if his recent films (Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds) are anything to go by, Tarentino has revenge on his mind. Read the review here.
If laughter is the best medicine, then Adrian Plass and Jeff Lucas are well on their way to earning honorary doctorates in healing through hilarity. With Nicki Rogers singing, it’s a very entertaining evening. Read the review here.
Clint Eastwood – gunslinger, grumpy old man, and empty chair botherer – is back to try and prove that trusting your gut is still the way to go. He clearly hasn’t heard of Nate Silver. Read the review here.
A very bearded Ben Affleck travels to revolutionary Iran with a rescue plan so bonkers it’s brilliant. And it all really happened. Read here.
It’s 50 years of Bond. So why do we keep watching his movies? Read here.
Lavish and entertaining, Tom Stoppard brings the theatre to a film version of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Read the review here.
Christopher Nolan brings the curtain down on his Batman trilogy. Read the review here.