Jackie Chan’s “Drunken Master” Remains A Pivotal Moment For Both Genre & Star

The film that made Jackie Chan a star, Drunken Master arrives on dual format DVD/Blu-ray in the UK courtesy of Eureka Entertainment...
Posted On 23 Apr 2017

“Ghostbusters”: Where Did It All Go Wrong For Feig, McCarthy & Co?

Ghostbusters is writer-director Paul Feig's ill-fated attempt to reboot the 1980s comedy-horror franchise with an all-female ghost-hunting troupe...

Tom Hanks’ Charm Fails To Lift The Forgettable “A Hologram For The King”

Writer-director Tom Tykwer's film boasts a charming performance from the dependable Tom Hanks but very little else...

“The Boss” Isn’t The Crowd-Pleaser Melissa McCarthy Hoped For

Melissa McCarthy can be very funny but her current string of leading roles give her little chance to impress...

“The Nice Guys” Is A Real Treat

Set in the 70s and full to the brim with hilarious jokes, absurd action scenes and an even more absurd plot, The Nice Guys is a real treat...

“Superbad” Director Greg Mottola Can Do Better Than “Keeping Up With The Joneses”

Superbad director Greg Mottola gives us this American action-comedy starring Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Gal Gadot...

Kevin Hart & Dwayne Johnson’s Comic Chemistry Sparks “Central Intelligence” To Life

Director Rawson Marshall Thurber gives us another bright, breezy and funny comedy with plenty of lovable heart and the odd moving moment...

“Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown” Is High Farce In A World Of Make Believe

This film lover has had something uniquely spiky lavished on his retina never to be forgotten. Welcome then to Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016