Film Reviews

Rev Simon Carver takes a look at the latest films hitting a big screen near you, once a month on Inspirational Breakfast.

The biblical nativity was the basis for Langston Hughes' 1961 musical play that used an all-black cast and traditional gospel music to tell the... More

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star as Dr Ryan Stone and Matt Kowalski, a pair of astronauts in what is effectively a two hander with a low... More

Cate Blanchett stars as Jasmine Francis, the wife of Hal Francis, the perpetrator of a 'Ponzi-style' investment scam, in Woody Allen's latest... More

Imagine, if you will, Groundhog Day mixed with Love Actually with a sprinkling of Notting Hill and you get an idea of what to expect from Richard... More

Grown Ups told the story of a bunch of 40-something buddies getting together with their wives and kids for a weekend of fun and mayhem. In Grown... More

It’s 12 years since Monsters Inc was released by Pixar, but Monsters University isn’t a look at how school kids have grown up, rather it's an... More

Imagine what Avatar might have been like if it had been animated throughout and aimed at children. Well, that gives you an idea of what you’ll... More

There’s nothing really wrong with Ben Gregor’s first film as a director, it’s just that there isn’t very much that is likely to set anyone’s... More

The trailers for Love is All You Need showing a smiling Pierce Brosnan and Trine Dyrholm in a paradisiacal setting are misguiding. The Danish... More

If you have ever wondered how the Great Oz came to be behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz, Sam Raimi’s film gives the answer. Just as in Judy... More