Months before the release of The Grey, this newspaper had already received a message from some lupine anti-defamation league.
Young Adult and The Hunger Games both explore the uncomfortable space between youth and maturity.
It is now 13 years since American Pie, and all those virginities are well and truly lost.
Wrath of the Titans features silliness and predictability in epic proportions, writes Shaun de Waal.
Christopher and His Kind is the adaptation of the autobiography by Christopher Isherwood.
Glenn Close has been trying to get a film of Albert Nobbs, George Moore's novella set in the 1800s, off the ground since 1982.
Let us not overstate the wonderfulness of The Artist, writes Shaun de Waal
The Artist has to be the first film that has left Peter Bradshaw weeping tears of joy.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is absorbing in its thinky, downbeat way; it's an intelligent adaptation of a long, complicated tale .
Rampart is a gripping movie, and a great addition to the Ellroy canon.