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Certification15 Our Rating

Lucy Fife Donaldson says: "Mark Wahlberg is pulled back into the smuggling business when his brother-in-law falls foul of a no-good gang, run by Giovanni Ribisi (who looks and sounds the meanest he has yet). What follows is a fairly standard, but no less fun for it, caper of heist plans and double (double) crosses that goes to Panama and back. If you can’t fall for the easy charm of Wahlberg, not to mention the wiry charisma of Ribisi and Ben Foster, then this is unlikely to be of much find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Day Watch is a tour-de-force of post-Communist Russian cinema and has become the country's biggest grossing movie to date; it continues the saga of light vs dark begun in 'Night Watch' and is crammed full of stunning special effects and action. If you liked 'Night Watch' then "Day Watch" will give you much, much more of what you want... fabulous (if not somewhat incomprehensible). find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A sort of Arnie meets 'The Omen'. So eat your heart out whimpering papist priests with your superstitions and age-old traditions, if you're up against that heavy dude Satan what you really need is our shit-kicking musclebound hero and an arsenal of heavy duty weaponry. One for the boys. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

An epic telling of the Morte D'Arthur, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, which manages to be bloody realistic, mystical and Wagnerian. find out more...
GOJOE (2000)

Certification15 Our Rating

Benkei, a master fighter and killer, vows never to take another life after his conversion to a syncretic form of Buddhism, but he lives in the time of the Genji-Heike clan wars and it becomes his fate to clash with a trio of fighters known only as "the demons". Taking up his sword once more, he sets out to end their murderous terror. This mix of sword and sorcery and samurai traditions is visibly resplendent and musically resonant, and lots of swords clash and blood squirts, not bad really. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Harry's adoptive family are still as revolting as ever so our hero is considerably keener than your average 12-year-old to get back to school and when the nervous self harming elf Dobby appears in his bedroom to warn him against returning, Harry is having none of it. 'Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets' sticks firmly to the format that the first film established, the special effects are great and some of the new creatures are genuinely scary but once again the enthralling simplicity of JK R find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Harry becomes the youngest student ever to compete in the legendary Triwizard Tournament, a highly lauded but very dangerous competition between all the great schools of wizardry. Though not averse to taking part, Harry never actually entered himself into the games and it soon becomes clear that dark forces have orchestrated his inclusion. The Goblet of Fire is the fourth in the ever improving Potter movie franchise, with some great subsidiary characters, a darker more malevolent tone and the ch find out more...

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A more mature Harry is now emerging and sub-plots of romance are beginning to displace the battle against evil - but don't panic, there's still enough of that - in this well produced, thespian filled, sixth episode of the Potter saga. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Harry and the gang return to Hogwarts and must prepare themselves not only for the inevitable battle with Lord Voldemort, but the beaurocratic and paranoid ‘Ministry of Magic', who have appointed Dolores Umbridge as the school's ‘Defence Against The Dark Arts Professor' purely so that she can suppress an imagined rebellion against the ministry by leaving the pupils powerless. 'The Order Of The Phoenix' is the darkest of an increasingly dark franchise and easily up there with the previous films. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

JK Rowling's all conquering apprentice wizard gets his first film outing. Enrolled at Hogwarts school of wizardry and witchcraft the young Harry is soon up to his neck with trolls, evil wizards and hockey on a broomstick. 'The Philosopher's Stone' is a slick entry to the world of Harry Potter, not quite as engaging as it could have been, but an amiable way to while away a couple of hours. find out more...