Bilbo’s journey comes to an end in The Battle of the Five Armies.
Based on a true story, The Imitation Game explores the life of Alan Turing, a mathematician hired by the British Government during WWII to break Enigma, a supposedly unbreakable code used by the Germans in their communications.
Nolan’s latest film challenges its audience with lofty ambitious themes at times but at its heart is a human, heartfelt story supplemented with enjoyable sci-fi throughout.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a sequel that improves on its predecessor and succeeds as a good science fiction movie while maintaining enough human drama to remain grounded.
Guardians of the Galaxy rivals The Avengers as the best Marvel movie yet. Packed full of laughs, action and adventure, the film succeeds in introducing audiences to a larger than life cast of characters that are not only fun and entertaining to watch but that are also captivating and endearing.
Featuring some hilarious moments and a heartfelt story, The LEGO Movie never takes itself too seriously which is a good thing and is well worth your time.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 is an impressive effort that builds and improves on it’s predecessor in multiple ways and provides plenty of drama and entertainment.
The Fault In Our Stars is a heartfelt, entertaining, amusing and ultimately tragic take on the serious themes of life, death and love.
Godzilla sees the return of the ‘king’ of monsters to the big screen in a triumphant and satisfying film.
A Blast From the Past X-Men: Days of Future Past is an ambitious film uniting both members of the old cast from the original trilogy and the new younger faces of X-Men: First Class....