Robert Moyes

Ritchie revs up Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is decidedly silly fun

Spielberg Shows Horse Sense

War Horse depicts some of the horror of war without ruining Christmas

Follow the money

Wall Street meltdown makes for riveting drama in Margin Call

Magic still exists at the movies

Martin Scorsese delivers his love letter to cinema

Planetary pretension

Review: Melancholia starring Kirsten Dunst continues at the Odeon

Master of Perversity

Review: The Skin I Live In opens at the Odeon Fri, Nov. 25

The love, life of J. Edgar Hoover

J. Edgar Hoover: Cross-dressing creep or lonely hero?

Time-spinning sci-fi turns tedious

Time-spinning sci-fi turns tedious
while Shakespeare is shamed as a semi-literate buffoon

Time-spinning sci-fi turns tedious

while Shakespeare is shamed as a semi-literate buffoon

England versus France flicks battle

Bean does Bond in Johnny English Reborn and the Three Musketeers

Footloose is a stylish treat

Footloose is a stylish treat - Rebel Without A Dance Hall ignites musical passion

Clooney enters political race, but plot is unconvincing

Strong acting and Ryan Gosling carry smart look at how U.S. political campaigns are run

Having a gay old time

Coming out of the closet in beginners

Tears Of Rage

Terrible news out of postwar Bosnia

Movie Review – Espionage thriller moody

Movie Review - Espionage thriller moody

Love & Angst

Anne Hathaway stars in One Day

Civil rights sincerity

A lightweight look at racism in ‘The Help’

Monkey business

Sci-fi reboot has a bigger brain

Crazy love story worth a laugh

Romantic comedy with charm to spare

Captain America kicks butt in hiply retro action flick

heroics do justice to Marvel Comics