Gregg Araki channels Twin Peaks in this sexually-liberated teen-apocalypse potential cult classic.
Michael Brooke has reviewed the theatrical release of Kandahar, a stark, often surreal portrait of life in Afghanistan that current events have turned into the most timely and important release of the last few months.
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.
Fear may not exist in this dojo, but remakes certainly do. The Karate Kid is back - now with 100% less karate! ...
You've already decided if you're outraged by its content but is Kick-Ass worthy of talking about? Ian Sandwell finds out....
Mike Sutton has reviewed the theatrical release of The Kid Stays In The Picture. A riveting story of Hollywood power games told from the perspective of Robert Evans, a marvellous character with enough experience for three lifetimes.
Annette Bening and Julianne Moore are in for a few surprises when they meet the sperm-donor father of their children...
Quentin Tarantino's long-awaited fourth film is here - or at least the first half of it is. Kill Bill Vol. 1 is his take on a martial arts revenge movie starring Uma Thurman as a retired assassin hellbent on avenging herself on the former associates who tried to kill her. Lucy Liu also stars.
The waiting is over. The Bride returns to finish what she started in the second half of Quentin Tarantino's revenge epic. Uma Thurman and David Carradine star. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
Casey Affleck stars as the psycho next door in 50s Texas, in the controversial adaptation of Jim Thompson's novel.
William Friedkin's latest film is deep dark noir in the heart of Texas, starring Matthew McConaughey as a contract killer.
Romantic comedies that are both intelligent and entertaining are increasingly hard to come by, as Emma Farley discovers with Killers......
The legend of King Arthur and his knights, Jerry Bruckheimer style! Clive Owen plays Arthur and Keira Knightley is Guinevere in this expensive, action-packed epic. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
Gary Couzens reviews the 2005 version of King Kong, Peter Jackson's remake of the much-loved 1933 classic.
King Kong went on wide release in the UK and Ireland on 15 December.
Tipped as a big award winner, Colin Firth stars as a monarch with some tricky personal issues to resolve....
The Summer 2005 season kicks off with Ridley Scott's medieval epic set in Jerusalem at the time of the Crusades. Orlando Bloom stars as a young blacksmith who discovers his father was a knight and travels to Jerusalem to follow in his footsteps. Eva Green plays the princess he romances there. Jeremy Irons, Edward Norton and Liam Neeson provide support. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
The true story of Alfred Kinsey (Liam Neeson), the American biologist whose 1948 study of human sexuality caused a sensation and struck a major blow against sexual repression. Bill Condon, who made Gods And Monsters, writes and directs. Laura Linney received an Oscar nomination for her supporting role. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
From the writer of Lethal Weapon and The Last Boy Scout comes another high energy action thriller that keeps the jokes coming as fast as the bullets. Robert Downey Jr and Val Kilmer play a pair of very unorthodox detectives trying to unravel a murderous conspiracy. Review by Kevin O'Reilly.
Raphael Pour-Hashemi has reviewed the theatrical release of Kiss Of The Dragon. A highly entertaining action film that delivers a healthy dose of out-and-out action, martial arts, violence, gore and humour. Taken on that level, Kiss of The Dragon is tremendously entertaining.
Previewed at the 7th Belfast Film Festival, Noel Megahey reviews Raoul Ruizís unconventional biopic, a meditation on the erotic paintings of the Viennese artist Gustav Klimt (John Malkovich) and his affairs with the women who inspired them.
Courtesy of Odeon Cinemas (Chelmsford/Southend), Raphael Pour-Hashemi has reviewed the theatrical release of A Knight's Tale.An anachronistic approach to a medieval jousting championship with a touch of romance, but do you really want to see it? A Knight's Tale is out on general release Friday 31st August.
The makers of The 40 Year Old Virgin unveil their new delivery to an expectant audience, and it looks as though it will surpass its siblings success.