Impossible. Intelligent. Incredible. Inception is a 5 star film that dazzles as much as it boggles.

Twilight: Eclipse

Over-acted but not over-long, Eclipse is a step up from New Moon. This trashy horror romance has rediscovered something vital: a pulse.


Modern yet retro, Predators is the perfect fan-made beast: trashy, dumb and deliriously fun.


Kristin Scott Thomas continues to prove herself one of the best bi-lingual actresses around – when she’s English she’s very good, and when she’s French she’s faultless.

Shrek Forever After

You'll leave Shrek Forever After thinking it's a wonderful life. Mostly because you'll never have to sit through a Shrek film again.

Predators Special

Got Brody? Need mandibles? Celebrate all things alien, blood-soaked and trashy with our Predators Special.

Whatever Works

Far from ground-breaking, but Whatever Works is an enjoyable diversion from the empty void of meaning that is life. It's either that or jump out a window.

The Collector

A grizzly 90 minutes of grimly executed gore. The Collector is horrible, but highly gripping.

Wimbledon: The Hollywood Years

Tennis players and movie stars - it's hard to tell the difference. In a film called Wimbledon (if such a crazy idea were to exist) who would play whom?

Wild Target

Nice cast, shame about the script. Wild Target is an average hit, but Nighy's aim is as sharp as ever. Worryingly enjoyable.


"You like me so much more than you think you do". Elegantly awkward and emotionally honest, Greenberg sticks with you for hours.

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Oh, Leo. Leo Leo Leo. Leo in a tux. Leo out of a tux. I saw everything last night in Leicester Square. Except for that last part. And the fact that I was busy watching The A-Team next door. But our men were filming events as the stars stepped out in London for the premiere of Christopher Nolan's Inception.

The mind-bending sci-fi thriller, which is out in cinemas next Friday (trailers over here), dazzled the capital with its stunning visuals and wonderful cast. But it was the latter on show outside that won over the crowds, who gathered just to get a glimpse of Leonardo in a suit. And out of it too. (NOTE: That bit still didn't happen.)

The sexy Joseph Gordon Levitt, Ellen Page, Michael Caine, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Ken Watanabe and Cillian Murphy joined the director and DiCaprio to walk up the Inception-style grey carpet and saunter into the packed cinema. But hey, who wants to just read a list of names when you can watch our lovely video? It even comes complete with the World's Greatest Voice-Over Man.

And if that taste of Inception isn't enough for you - let's face it, it'll never be enough until you've seen the film at least five times - you can still drool over the pretty photos. Because nothing says drooling fanboy like a bunch of glossy pictures. Go on, keep reading for both of them. You know you love it.

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New New Moon Character Banners

Oh, stop screaming already. We all know it's on its way. Still, if you need more of an excuse to kill the noisy teen next door, then show them these new character banners for a small film called New Moon, sequel to little-known vampire flick Twiglet or something (which, apparently, was based on some book no-one's read). With any luck, they'll drool so much their keyboard will catch light and burn off their exceedingly long fringe.

New Moon sees The World's Perfect Man/Vampire, Edward Cullen, walk out on vulnerable human Bella Swan, leaving her crushed and alone (see banner 1). Then, in steps Jacob (Taylor Lautner), her hot best friend. Who knows lots of other hot people. And they all can turn into wolves (see banner 2). And as they all dance the tango of emo-death, they are watched over by the Volturi, the vampire world's equivalent of royal family/police/evil red-eyed people. They're mostly represented by Michael Sheen and Dakota Fanning (see banner 3). And yes, she's especially evil.

Read on for the banners, or check out the trailer over here. New Moon hits cinemas on Friday 20th November. And (don't tell anyone this) but I'm actually quite excited - I rather enjoyed Twilight...

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