Robert Moyes

Monday Movies: Blue is the Warmest Color and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Blue's raw, honest storytelling trumps explicit sex scenes; Jack Ryan couldn't recruit a shadow of an original screenwriting team

It’s hammerin’ time

The hammer of Thor gains momentum, charm and tolerability

Monday Movies: A joyful noise

If Oscars were awarded on the basis of generating pure joy, this year’s leading candidate would be 20 Feet From Stardom.

MONDAY MOVIES: I’m So Excited!

Getting high with Oscar-winning Spanish director Pedro Almodovar

Hugh Jackman stars in Prisoners

Monday Movies: Prisoners and Salinger

Notoriously reclusive author J.D. Salinger would have hated the documentary that bears his name.

Hugh Jackman stars in Prisoners
Vin Diesel (right) stars in David Twohy’s sci-horror Riddick

Monday Movies: Riddick

. This aptly named and truly scary sci-horror outing is raking it in at the box office

Vin Diesel (right) stars in David Twohy’s sci-horror Riddick
The Attack is an explosive look at the Arab-Israeli conflict. Now playing at the Odeon

Monday Movies: The Attack

The Attack is an explosive look at the Arab-Israeli conflict. Now playing at the Odeon.

The Attack is an explosive look at the Arab-Israeli conflict. Now playing at the Odeon
Eric Bana stars in Closed Circuit

Monday Movies: Closed Circuit and In a World

Closed Circuit is a thoughtful if tepid look at how the modern state can secretly abuse its power

Eric Bana stars in Closed Circuit
The World’s End - A new horror-comedy by the creators of Shaun of the Dead is disappointingly slapdash and a bit short on laughs. See it on the big screen at the Odeon

Monday Movies: The World’s End and You’re Next

This apocalyptic pub crawl by the creators of Shaun of the Dead is disappointingly slapdash and a bit short on laughs

The World’s End - A new horror-comedy by the creators of Shaun of the Dead is disappointingly slapdash and a bit short on laughs. See it on the big screen at the Odeon
Cate Blanchett turns in an Oscar-worthy performance in the new

Monday’s Movies

Woody gets serious, Sci-fi allegory crash-lands

Cate Blanchett turns in an Oscar-worthy performance in the new
RED 2 stars Bruce Willis

Movie Review: RED 2 and The Company you Keep

RED 2: a baroque, globetrotting plot that centres on a Cold War-era nuclear bomb plot.

RED 2 stars Bruce Willis
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke star in Before Midnight

Film Review: Before Midnight

Before Midnight wraps up trilogy neatly, but it's a little heavy on dialogue

Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke star in Before Midnight
The Purge is preposterous

Film review: The Purge

Heavy-Handed delivery makes the Purge Preposterous

The Purge is preposterous
The sixth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise is action packed

Film Review: Fast and Furious 6

Heavy metal thunder... And a pretty silly plot in an otherwise worthy hot rod

The sixth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise is action packed
Star Trek Into Darkness doesn't go boldly

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

A rollickingly good-humoured but also dramatic storyline in Star Trek

Star Trek Into Darkness doesn't go boldly
Leonardo DiCaprio stars in The (not-so) Great Gatsby

Movie Review: The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby is a not-so-great retelling of the popular novel

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in The (not-so) Great Gatsby
Still Mine is a marvelous love story

Movie Review: Still Mine

This geriatric love story is a distinct pleasure to recommend

Still Mine is a marvelous love story
The Sapphires is a feel-good musical adventure

Movie Review: The Sapphires and Becoming Redwood

The Sapphires is a music-driven feel-good film, Becoming Redwood is a coming of age story

The Sapphires is a feel-good musical adventure
Elle Fanning stars in Ginger & Rosa

Movie Review: Ginger & Rosa

Arthouse director Sally Potter takes on the coming of age story

Elle Fanning stars in Ginger & Rosa
James McAvoy (left) stars as an auctioneer with huge gambling debts in Danny Boyle’s new film Trance.

Movie Review: Trance

An artful film noir and a nifty brainteaser that appeals to everyone

James McAvoy (left) stars as an auctioneer with huge gambling debts in Danny Boyle’s new film Trance.