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Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reunite s if the last 20 years never happened

Dumb and Dumber To

Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are back - and just as dumb - as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne in this Farrelly Brothers sequel.

  • Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb.

    Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb

    Night at the Museum: Secret Of The Tomb is tired and lame, like something running out of steam at the tail end of its natural life. Which could well be the case as the movie is purportedly the last one, thereby completing a trilogy.

  • Jamie Foxx seems disconnected in his role as the new Daddy Warbucks


    Produced by Jay Z and Will Smith, this musical-comedy adventure has more than 99 problems - and a decent script is one.

  • Martin Freeman as Bilbo doesn't have much to do in the final part of The Hobbit trilogy

    The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies

    By far the shortest and bloodiest of the trilogy, The Battle of The Five Armies more than lives up its name but the main character are left largely on the sidelines

  • Jim Broadbent steals the show as the big red one

    Get Santa

    A heart warming Christmas caper that belongs to Jim Broadbent as a bumbling but wise Santa who finds himself behind bars after he crashlands in London on Christmas Eve

  • Hamburg '72 runs the gamut from sensual balladry to free-form histrionics and everything in between.

    Jarrett Haden Motian Hamburg '72

    Pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian assembled at Hamburg's NDR Funkhaus on a summer's night in 1972 to perform a bold, highly explorative set, which is now the matter of a new album.

  • Larking about on a Lambretta in 1960s Warsaw - that's Roman Polanski steering.

    Jazz in Polish Cinema

    Jazz in Polish Cinema - Out of the Underground 1958-1967 features four CDs and includes the score for Roman Polanski's 1962 classic, Knife in the Water.

  • Jude Law stars as submarine commander Robinson in Black Sea

    The Black Sea

    John Byrne is impressed by Kevin MacDonald's tense submarine thriller starring Jude Law

  • Mirza Waheed: an innate poetic sensibility but he also knows how to control a thriller.

    The Book of Gold Leaves by Mirza Waheed

    Mirza Waheed won the Guardian's First Book award for his debut novel, The Collaborator. His second novel is centred on the love affair between a young Shia woman and her Sunni lover as the Kashmir conflict rages in the early 1990s.

  • Tim (Ansel Elgort) and Brandy (Kaitlyn Dever) in Men, Women and Children

    Men, Women and Children

    Men, Women and Children trundles dutifully between a few slices of social network life in Austin, Texas, mostly the lives of teens. File under 'mildly diverting'.

  • Penguins of Madagascar

    Penguins of Madagascar

    It looks like DreamWorks have another hit on their hands with this fun spin-off about four adventurous penguins

  • The Inbetweeners' James Buckley stars in The Pyramid

    The Pyramid

    Terror stalks an ancient burial space in this fun horror story starring The Inbetweeners' James Buckley

  • Even The Czars name suggested faded grandeur and eventual failure

    The Czars - Best of

    This excellent compilation of John Grant's first band shows early signs of his future greatness

  • Paddington

    It seemed like a nigh-on-impossible task to do justice to the institution that is Paddington on the big screen - but they've done it.

  • Horrible Bosses 2 hinges on the chemistry between leading men Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day and Jason Bateman

    Horrible Bosses 2

    If you're in the market for an undemanding, relatively amusing way to while away a couple of hours, then Horrible Bosses 2 could be just the ticket.