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Stunning. A visual masterpiece, which will hopefully pave the way for a new era of 3-D films. Do yourself justice, and see this at the best cinema you can.
A sad feel-good movie, Where the Wild Things Are is a wonderful piece of childlike art. Moving, earnest and incredible.
Richard Kelly's latest is more patchy than perplexing. There's thinking outside The Box, and there's forgetting to put something in it.
Count down to Christmas with festive treats from the i-Flicks Advent Calendar!
A claustrophobic mix of Dead Poets’ Society and Lord of the Flies, Cracks is aesthetically captivating.
Mucking up Marshall's icky masterpiece, The Descent: Part 2 is a bloody mess. Great, if you like that sort of thing.
The predictable Paranormal Activity is a haunting, if hollow, achievement. You'll get chills down your spine but you won't wet your pants.
A cluttered sequel, New Moon is made more enjoyable by its earnest actors. It's bloodless, but not completely soulless
Who needs answers when you're so busy laughing? Maddeningly mysterious, A Serious Man is an amusing, mature masterpiece
Colossal tidal waves, collapsing skyscrapers; there's nothing quite like watching the world get wiped out by Photoshop. Spectacular brain-dead fun.
Happiest when whooshing through CGI London, A Christmas Carol by Disney is 10% Dickens and 90% falling. If you liked Polar Express, you'll love this.