Ben Rawson Jones

Can Jason Statham fill Burt Reynolds' boots in this remake of action flick Heat? Jason Statham's Wild Card reviewed ★★☆☆☆ Liam Neeson dons the leather jacket and gun for an average thriller with Ed Harris. Run All Night review ★★☆☆☆ We probe the wonders of horror movie It Follows with its writer-director. Exploring the horror of It Follows Maika Monroe shines in a compelling and terrifying horror gem. It Follows review ★★★★★ We speak to rising star Maika Monroe about horror gems It Follows and The Guest. Maika Monroe: Hollywood's new Scream Queen Ethan Hawke and Sarah Snook impress in this fascinating sci-fi tale. Predestination review ★★★★☆ Kevin Hart and Josh Gad can't save this tonally uneven comedy. The Wedding Ringer review ★★☆☆☆ Compelling turns from Alfred Molina and John Lithgow dominate this touching drama. Love Is Strange review ★★★★ Ewan McGregor returns to the type of edgy role that propelled him to stardom. Son of a Gun review ★★★☆☆ The director of Boogie Nights and Magnolia can't film the unfilmable. Inherent Vice review ★★☆☆☆ Colin Firth and Taron Egerton combine to great effect in this fun spy adventure. Kingsman: Secret Service review ★★★★ Three years after the glorious original, a dire sequel tramples on its grave. Woman in Black: Angel of Death review An intriguing premise is ruined in Paul Schrader's controversial new thriller. Dying of the Light review ★★ Michael Keaton opens up about playing a former superhero in Birdman. Keaton on Birdman/Batman comparisons Relive the highs and lows of 2014 with our look at the cinematic year in pictures. 2014: The movie year in pictures As the sequel arrives, we explore the merits of the original Dumb and Dumber. Re-Viewed: Dumb and Dumber The stunning true tale of one man's quest to cross the Pacific Ocean in a raft. Kon-Tiki review ★★★★ Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels and Peter Farrelly discuss the return of Harry and Lloyd. Watch our X-rated Dumb and Dumber interview Wong Kar-wai's drama boasts stunning visuals but struggles to tell its true tale. The Grandmaster review ★★★ An amiable New Zealand vampire mockumentary that has heart but lacks bite. What We Do in the Shadows review ★★★ Luther star Idris Elba dominates this simple thriller as an escaped murderer. No Good Deed review ★★★ An ensemble cast led by Liam Neeson and Mila Kunis can't salvage this languid drama. Third Person review ★★ We look at the legacy of Fight Club on its 15th anniversary. Fight Club: Why we're still talking about it This brilliant psychological horror is sure to cause a few nightmares. The Babadook review ★★★★ On the 15th anniversary of its release in the UK, we examine The Blair Witch Project. How Blair Witch changed horror Steve Carell and Channing Tatum excel in this chilling true tale. Foxcatcher review: A chilling drama LFF 2014 review: An electrifying tale of a young drummer's desperation to succeed, but at what cost? Is Whiplash the best film of 2014? Tom Hardy and James Gandolfini struggle with script issues in The Drop. Tom Hardy can't save The Drop Is Megan Fox and Turtle Power a good combo? Don't count on it... TMNT review: A cowa-blunder ★★☆☆☆ Skins star Jack O'Connell excels as a stranded soldier in tense Brit flick. '71 review ★★★★★ Kristen Stewart excels in intriguing but narratively messy detention camp drama. Camp X-Ray review: LFF 2014 This doll-based spinoff to The Conjuring can't muster any thrills. Why Annabelle is a doll horror dud Can Luke Evans breathe new life into the classic tale of Dracula? Dracula Untold review ★★★★ The dependable presence of Kevin Costner propels this American football drama. Kevin Costner's Draft Day reviewed Robert Pattinson and Julianne Moore star in David Cronenberg's mesmerising movie. Maps To The Stars review ★★★★ Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler encounter meta mayhem in inconsistent spoof rom-com. They Came Together review: Meta mayhem Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens excels in this smart and funny thriller. The Guest review ★★★★ A look back at the two Doctor Who spinoff movies from the 1960s. Re-Viewed: The '60s Doctor Who movies Nine years after Sin City stunned viewers, can the sequel repeat the feat? Sin City: A Dame to Kill For reviewed Can the quartet still make us laugh in The Inbetweeners 2? The Inbetweeners 2 review ★★★★