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After a false start with Tim Burton in 2001, a new Planet Of The Apes movie finally gets it right...

Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (2011)

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Michael Bay transforms Dark of the Moon into a good film, despite what some critics have said...

Transformers: Dark of the Moon review

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A ratings upgrade from Caleb for the verdant crusader...

Green Lantern

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The second time around and it's still a five star spectacular...

X-Men: First Class review [2]...

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Mother's Day may be gory, but it's not one to remember...

Mother's Day Review

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The malcontent mutants have regained their cinematic power in this stunning prequel...

X-Men: First Class (2011)

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Despite flirting with success, Thor ultimately hammers on the door of mediocrity...

Thor review

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The Canadian director of 2008’s Martyrs and 2009’s I Killed My Mother tells a tale embarrassingly familiar to many in his latest film...

Heartbeats (2011)

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The Wolfpack are back, but they've been rebranded as puppies...

The Hangover II Review

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The Guardian; the Rolling Stone; the New York Observer - three big publications, all of which called this one wrong...

Hanna Review

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A straight story that doesn't quite ring true...

Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez in 'The Way' (2011)

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Blame it on Rio...

'Rio' (2011)

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Swish and spectacle combine to little effect in Zack Snyder's latest outing...

Zack Snyder's 'Sucker Punch' (2011)

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Like the Rain Man on acid, Limitless is a film full of possibility and extremes, but a number of shortcomings dilute this otherwise flawless release... 

Limitless - starring Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper

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Hopping on the bandwagon at a cinema near you...

Hop (2011)

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Finally, a film that gets to the source of good sci-fi...

'Source Code' (2011) review

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Christopher Lee returns to Hammer, and the critics aren't any surer than they used to be back in the golden days...

Hilary Swank in 'The Resident'

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A promising cinematic talent growing in rather painful fits...

Archipelago (dir. Joanna Hogg)

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Once again, teenage growing pains mean superpowers...

Alex Pettyfer in 'I Am Number Four'

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An outstanding cast and innovative directing elevates this sports drama beyond its potential 'journeyman' status...

A still of Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg in 'The Fighter'

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