Cinema Review Archive: May 2003

Matrix Reloaded, The

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of The Matrix Reloaded, the highly anticipated sequel to the Wachowski Brothers' 1999 blockbuster, once again starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss.

Secretary

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Secretary, a kinky psychological drama starring Maggie Gyllenhaal as an office worker who forms a sado-masochistic relationship with her boss, James Spader.

Kangaroo Jack

Gary Couzens has reviewed the theatrical release of Kangaroo Jack, a charmless and unfunny family comedy.Kangaroo Jack opened across the UK and Ireland on 16 May.

Hope Springs

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Hope Springs, a romantic comedy starring Colin Firth as an artist who travels to America to forget about his ex (Minnie Driver) and finds romance with therapist Heather Graham.

Darkness Falls

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Darkness Falls, a horror film about a town haunted by a vengeful ghost who kills children on the day they lose their last baby tooth.

Old School

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of Old School, a comedy about three men in their thirties who form their own college fraternity house. From the director of Road Trip, it stars Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell.

X2 (X-Men 2)

Kevin O'Reilly has reviewed the theatrical release of X2, Bryan Singer's sequel to the superhero blockbuster X-Men, starring Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman and Ian McKellen.