A rather lame adaptation of the popular erotic romance novel. Fifty Shades Darker lacks any eroticism or drama, but fans of the original film will find little to complain about.
A solid entry into the James Bond franchise. Spectre is a technical masterpiece, but could be criticized for a formulaic plot.
One of the best of the teenage romance films, Say Anything works best because it does not try and sicken the audience with an overtly sentimental or mawkish narrative, but is happy to focus on a more simple story of love.
It is trashy, utterly forgettable, and contains as much depth as a puddle, but there are worse ways to spend 90 minutes. The film is also suitably nasty in the way it depicts the cut-throat world of business.
A rather brilliant piece of science-fiction. Arrival tells an unconventional tale of language, the fluidity of time and a mothers love, all concealed behind a conventional tale of an alien invasion.
A bland thriller that does very little to analyse or investigate the disorder of Autism, but instead attempts to use the illness as a excuse for all the superhuman abilities of the eponymous accountant.
A terrific mystery-thriller that rests on great performances by Amy Adams, Aaron Taylor Johnson and Michael Shannon. This is not a tale of a fairy-tale romance, but is instead a dark fable of the venomous fall-out of a shattered relationship.