f e b r u a r y 2 0 1 3 - i n c i n e m a s
Keanu looks at some stuff on the screen. next to some other stuff on the screen. And chats amiably to very famous people, seemingly effortlessly making a great documentary. Our review of Side by Side here.
Terrence and Vanessa deal with cancer, signing, life, death and loss, check out our Song for Marion review here.
Anthony Hopkins takes on the master of suspense and large waistbands in Hitchcock. Can the film about the man be as interesting as the films made by the man? We ponder here.
Can broken shark favourite Bill 'Venkman' Murray pull off FDR? Or is that more Laura Linney's job? We find out in our Hyde Park on Hudson review here.
Like father, like son, like most other action films? We drive a tank through romance on Valentine's day to bring you our A Good Day to Die Hard review.
Grim or Grimm? We ask Gemma and Jeremy in our review of the truly bonkers Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters...
Easily out shortest review title so far, is No worth all that effort ordering the ticket from the guy trying to sell you a crate of nachos? Find out here.
Remember kids, your Mama knows you best. Well, if this film is anything to go by, we're all in trouble. Check out just how worried you should be here.
What happens when you're on the wrong side? What happens when you're a teenager on the wrong side? Check out our review of Lore to find out.
Clous Atlas is beautiful. But is it worth a tenner? More importantly, is it worth more than three hours of your precious time? Our view here.