Film Reviews

Film Reviews
The latest film and movie reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News.

The Passing review: “An interesting if flawed psychological thriller.”

The Passing review: This Welsh language thriller shows a lot of promise from all involved. The Passing review by Luke Ryan Baldock. The Welsh-language film enters selected U.K. cinemas on Friday 8th April, 2016. Welsh films don’t exactly set the box-office...
The Jungle Book review

The Jungle Book review: ” A wild, wonderful and welcome return”

The Jungle Book review: Jon Favreau nails it with this visually stunning revival of perhaps Disney's greatest movie. The Jungle Book review by Paul Heath. Jon Favreau revisits Disney's 1960s classic animated movie, and of course Rudyard Kipling's wonderful books,...

Tribeca ’16: The Man Who Knew Infinity review: “A fantastic endeavour.”

The Man Who Knew Infinity review: Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel team up in a mathematical focused movie with a lot of heart. Remember having that immortal line in maths classes drilled into your head? “Don’t forget to show your...

‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ review: “A perfect wrap-around story.”

The Huntsman Winters War review: Chris Hemsworth leads the impressive cast in this perfect wrap-around to a story we already know. The decision to drop Snow White and the Huntsman's beloved princess from this new film came as a surprise to...

Ran review: “The perfect compromise between artistic beauty and entertaining wonderment.”

Ran review: How does the legendary Akira Kurosawa's last epic hold up 30 years on? In 1979 Akira Kurosawa was finding it extremely hard to get funding in Japan. Believing Kurosawa to be no longer financially viable, especially considering his...

A Warrior’s Tail review: “A joyful and ambitious project with good messages.”

A Warrior's Tail review: Can a low-budget Russian animated film stand up to the heavy hitters this Easter holiday? With the holidays upon us you can expect your fair share of animated features descending upon the multiplexes. There’s sequel Kung...

Martyrs review: “Not a bad film, but unessential for those familiar with its past.”

Martyrs review: One of the most acclaimed and shocking horrors of the last decade gets the English language treatment. Martyrs was one of those rare horrors that perfectly mixed gruesome shocks and philosophical musings. Not a single second of the...

Black Mountain Poets review: “A charming, entertainingly original indie”

Black Mountain Poets review by Dan Bullock. Like a silhouette at sunset; Black Mountain Poets sketches out who we are Striving for a goal; probing out an individual star This lo-fi indie film explores the deeper meaning behind our actions As Alice Lowe...
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Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice review: “A glorious mess”

Batman V Superman review: A step-up from the Man Of Steel, but Snyder's latest still manages to fall short of the mark. Batman V Superman review by Paul Heath. There's a lot to like about Zack Snyder's high-octane, highly anticipated, and...

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 review: “Disappointingly average”

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 review: "A sequel that is very average and harmful to gender stereotypes... Full disclosure before this review beings, I haven't see My Big Fat Greek Wedding and have avoided watching it like the plague ever...