Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

Harry Potter begins his final battle against the evil Lord Voldemort but who will win? Daniel Stephens takes a look at the concluding part of the Harry Potter franchise.

Review: Just Go With It

Usually Dennis Dugan's name above a film title fills me with fear. He has, after all, made some truly horrendous films. However, Just Go With It was a nice surprise. Daniel Stephens explains why...

Review: Grown Ups

Dennis Dugan has made some truly appalling films. From time to time he makes the odd good one, usually with comedy veteran Adam Sandler, but In Grown Ups the two men conspire to produce one of the worst films of 2010. Daniel Stephens has the unfortunate task of seeing...

Review: “Iron Man” Sets The Bar High For The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Iron Man, partly through sheer entertainment but more so through quality, highlights the deficiencies of Spiderman and its ilk. There is little hiding my dislike of Sam Raimi's Spiderman franchise, a set of films which, along with X-Men, Hulk, Ghost Rider, Superman Returns and a...

Review: The Ruins

Give The Ruins some credit - it isn't an American remake of an Asian horror movie. But - and it's a big "but" - it is based on Scott Smith's rather average novel telling the tale of four American holidaymakers who, in trying to find a little adventure to end their vacation,...

“Hot Tub Time Machine” Is A Fun Celebration Of Growing Up, Romance & The 80s

I saw the title of this and thought - another throwaway, production line comedy with a big star picking up an easy pay cheque. But I was pleasantly surprised. Read on to see what I thought of Hot Tub Time Machine.

Review: Surrogates

Surrogates is a cautionary tale about our increasing reliance on technology. The concept is intriguing as Bruce Willis attempts to piece together a murder plot involving robots and their human users. The film muses on the idea of a society living life where human dysfunction and...

Review: Surveillance

Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond are the FBI agents tracking a pair of violent killers in Jennifer Lynch's brilliantly suspenseful feature film debut. Daniel Stephens reviews this twisty thriller from the daughter of Blue Velvet and The Elephant Man director David Lynch.