Cinema Review Archive: June 2011

Green Lantern

Martin Campbell's superhero epic delivers plenty of spectacle along with an easy-going charm....


After conquering America, the bridesmaids arrive in the UK in this mostly average comedy....


Deneuve and Depardieu star in this classy seventies-based French comedy from François Ozon.

Quattro Volte, Le

Michelangelo Frammartino's tale of animism, reincarnation and goats....

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Werner Herzog explores the oldest cave paintings ever discovered in his first 3D feature....

X-Men: First Class

The origins of the X-Men are revealed in this groovy franchise prequel....


Gregg Araki channels Twin Peaks in this sexually-liberated teen-apocalypse potential cult classic.

Julia's Eyes (Los Ojos de Julia)

The latest from the Guillermo del Toro school of Spanish horror confronts the ultimate fear of the dark - blindness.

Attack the Block

Aliens invading a London council estate? No, it's not Doctor Who: it's the directorial debut of Joe ...

Way, The

Emilio Estevez directs father Martin Sheen on a funny and inspirational pilgrimage across Spain.