Oblivion, the Tom Cruise sci-fi thriller, is structureless, over-complicated and leaves you feeling numb, and maybe a little annoyed.

Trance may not have been written in a druggy haze, but you may need drugs to enjoy Danny Boyle's confusing new neo-noir thriller.

Smartly crafted, entertaining and inspirational, 42, the Jackie Robinson story, hits it over the fence.

Read our review of The Place Beyond the Pines, starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes.

Side Effects, Steven Soderbergh's (possibly) last film, is a twisty thriller full of great performances and carefully orchestrated tension. Read our movie review.

Al Pacino and Christopher Walken give a master class in screen acting in Stand Up Guys, but the movie lacks faith in the audience.

Warm Bodies is a fun, witty reinvention of the zombie movie genre - up to a point. Unfortunately, that point comes pretty fast.

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