Seventies TV humour is alive and well in this dodgy innuendo-laded spinoff.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Michael Bay co-opts China as his new play pen in this horrifically garish but undeniably fascinating third sequel.
By David Ehrlich
This shoddy time-travel romance never locates a tone which nicely fits with the material.
By Cormac O'Brien
The great Fabrice Luchini adds a caustic spark to this minor-key, putting-on-a-play comedy.
Misty-eyed and faux mischievous nostalgia romp adapted from a literary smash hit.
By Adam Woodward
The simple joys of mucking about are captured in this madcap concert tour farce with the Beatles.
By David Jenkins
This silly, but strangely adorable battle of the sexes musical boasts Ronan Keating in a starring role.
Melissa McCarthy shines in this grease-sodden hymn to the state of modern America.
Ellar Coltrane grows up in public as the central, glorious spectacle in Richard Linklater's masterpiece.
By Vadim Rizov