Reasonably entertaining if you watch it as an action movie rather than the comic escapade with complex narrative.
It still managed to do what all the other rubbish trilogy adaptions have not been able to do before - laugh at itself.
Big Eyes is about as un-Burton as it gets which is not necessarily a bad thing.
So ends a great year for films and as the year draws to a close, we have a lot to look forward to in 2015!
Mockingjay Part I is quite literally a world apart from the pageantry and spectacle of the two previous instalments.
No holds barred in this take down of not only unregulated media but also the public’s obsession with graphic...
Perhaps if Batman had not taken up so much of Nolan’s time, he would have been able to really perfect this film.
The film is what every film should be: just the right side of 90 minutes, with excellent characters and a great plot.
The first film to be screened at the BFI London Film Festival, "Never let me go" is an artistic exploration of the humanistic issues surrounding cloning.
In both films we are like Alice falling down the rabbit hole into metaphysical worlds of Neitzsche and Jung,where the very existence of reality is questioned. But which is better?
Chris Woakes wary of tough Pakistan challenge ahead of first Test
England touring Pakistan would be out of this world: Ehsan Mani
Playing two spinners is a possibility in first England Test: Misbah
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
A lot is left for time to decide
We need a complete overhaul of the system
Relevant authorities unaware their lax behaviour led to nothing but destruction in Karachi
Only then can we pave the way for a better and brighter future of our children
This culture of banning serves no purpose
We must realise that in progressive societies dialogues are encouraged
As the beleaguered Daimer-Bhasha Dam becomes once again the talk of the town
The month of August, meanwhile, is also known for bringing floods
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