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Film Reviews

  • Ghostbusters (2016)

    Find out what Howard thinks of the new Ghostbusters film....is it a comedy classic or a chaotic reboot?

  • The Lobster

    Did Harley find The Lobster to be an artistic masterpiece or was this enigmatic plot dull and mundane? Find out by clicking here.

  • Eye in the Sky

    With a fantastic cast and a tense storyline, read on to see if Howard thinks Eye in the Sky is worth the ticket price...

  • Hail, Caesar!

    Check out Howard's review of the new Coen brothers film, Hail Caesar! Does this comedy truly entertain or does it fall short of expectations?

  • The Danish Girl

    Hardly reviews Tom Hooper's latest filmic offering. Is The Danish Girl complex and captivating, or safe and formulaic?

  • Room

    Is BAFTA Award-winning Room as captivating, intense and heart wrenching as the critics believe? Find out what Harley thinks here.

  • Spotlight

    Is Spotlight an intense, thrilling docudrama? Read on to see what Harley thinks.

  • Spotlight

    Director Tom McCarthy's latest film Spotlight is based on the Pulitzer prize-winning investigation at the Boston Globe. Read on to see what Howard thinks of this Oscar-nominated drama...

  • The Revenant

    Alejandro G. Iñárritu directs this hard-hitting revenge drama, with an incredible performance from Leonardo DiCaprio. Does Howard think this movie could give DiCaprio a chance at winning an Oscar?

  • Joy (2015)

    Harley reviews Joy, the biopic tale of a woman who invents the self wringing mop and the stormy journey she has to take. Is Joy a 'joy' to watch? Find out what Harley thinks.

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Currently breaking box office records across the world, Howard reviews Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Will you agree with his thoughts?

  • Carol

    Howard reviews Carol, an adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel set in 1950's New York. Is this drama of two women in an unexpected love affair worthy of any award nominations?

  • Spectre

    Daniel Craig returns as Bond but is Spectre the highly anticipated success it should be? Read on to see what Howard thinks....

  • Suffragette

    Suffragette tells the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement - read on to see if Howard thinks the film gives a compelling viewpoint of this important historical era.

  • Macbeth

    Is Justin Kurzel's version of Shakespeare's Scottish play really a beautifully crafted and haunting film worthy of critical acclaim? Find out Howard's thoughts on this new adaptation.

  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

    Did Harley find Me and Earl and the Dying girl moving and original or a movie full of clichés? Read on to find out!

  • Straight Outta Compton

    Check out Howard's review of the new N.W.A. biopic, Straight Outta Compton - is it just a rags to riches story with a powerful soundtrack or something so much more?

  • Paper Towns

    Is Paper Towns the mysterious summer movie to see? Find out what Harley thought here.

  • Trainwreck

    Was Trainwreck an actual train wreck? Read and find out if Harley thinks this is worth the watch.

  • Ted 2

    Ted 2 is meant to be fun and humorous but does it make the audience laugh? Read on to see what Harley thought of this sequel.

  • Inside Out

    Is Inside Out Pixar's best animated film yet? Harley thinks so - read her review and see if you agree!

  • Spy

    Is Spy a laugh out loud comedy or a anti-climatic cliché? Find out here.

  • Pitch Perfect 2

    Did Pitch Perfect 2 hit all the high notes, or did it fall flat? Find out if Harley thinks this sequel is one to watch.

  • Mad Max Fury Road

    Hold on tight when going to see George Miller’s first film since Happy Feet Two, a complete contrast from the dancing penguin cartoon.

  • Far From the Madding Crowd

    It's never easy making a film based on a classic novel but read on to find out whether Howard thinks this re-make is worth it!

  • The Water Diviner

    Read on for Howard's review of Russell Crowe's The Water Diviner. Is it a stunning directorial debut for Crowe?

  • American Sniper

    Read Howard's review of Clint Eastwood's American Sniper, a biopic based upon the life of Chris Kyle. Find out if it's worth watching.....

  • Kingsman: The Secret Service

    Howard reviews Matthew Vaughn's tongue in cheek adaptation of the graphic novel. Is it more than just a parody of the Bond films? Read on to find out!

  • The Theory Of Everything

    The Theory of Everything has won 3 BAFTA's, amongst its award winning tally. Read Howard's review to see if it's a worthy winner and a genuine contender to win at least one of the Academy Awards within its five nominations!

  • Oscars Nominations 2015

    The Oscars 2015 which will be held on February 22 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood but will the event be full of surprises or a predictable outcome?

  • Birdman

    Oscar nominated and the winner of 2 Golden Globes, does Birdman live up to its expectations? Howard gives us his thoughts in Vibe's very own Film Reviews.

  • Into The Woods

    Do you enjoy singing almost every word you say? Or more importantly do you enjoy listening to almost every word being sung? If so, then Harley thinks Into The Woods is for you!

  • Annie (2014)

    Is Annie a new and improved version of the classic family film? Check out Harley's review to see what she thinks!

  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

    Does the conclusion of The Hobbit do justice to Peter Jackson's trilogy or is The Battle of the Five Armies just one long battle? Find out Howard's thoughts in his new review.

  • Festive Films!

    As Christmas seems to have drawn nearer and nearer at an alarming rate, there’s something special about taking time out to settle down on the sofa and watch a festive film.

  • Interstellar

    Howard reviews Christopher Nolan's latest film, Interstellar - is this an emotional adventure set in the future or just a visually pleasing sci-fi movie? Read on to find out!

  • Lucy

    A high-brow Sci-Fi or intelligent action movie? See what Harley thinks of Luc Besson's new offering, Lucy

  • The Guest

    Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens stars in the highly stylised new thriller, The Guest. Check out Howard's review to see if it delivers those edge of the seat moments!

  • The Inbetweeners 2

    It's smashing British Box Office records but is The Inbetweeners 2 worth a viewing? Read what Howard thinks of the sequel to The Inbetweeners Movie.

  • Step Up: All In

    After watching Step Up: All In, Harley questions whether after the fifth instalment of the international dancing phenomenon, will the franchise ever end!

  • Believe (2014)

    Read Harley's honest opinion of the new British film Believe, based on a true story set in 1980's Manchester.

  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

    Check out Howard's review of the impressive new blockbuster, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

  • Belle

    Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, Belle is a truly uplifting film as financial independence offers Dido the opportunity to overcome both gender and race status.

  • Live. Die. Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow

    Read into what Howard makes of this Sci-fi movie by Doug Linman, which was shot and filmed in local areas you will definitely recognise.

  • X-Men: Days of Future Past

    Check out Howard's latest film review X-Men directed by Bryan Singer.

  • Locke

    Howard reviews Locke movie directed by Steven Knight and says It is a short film, but so very different that it is absolutely worth a visit to the cinema.

  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Howard goes to see the second instalment of the Captain America film series and says that although the CGI effects are good, Captain America unfortunately falls a little flat...

  • A Long Way Down

    Check out Howard's latest film review A Long Way Down directed by Pascal Chaumeil.

  • Her

    Howard reviews Her directed by Spike Jonze and describes it as superbly conceived, thought provoking and tantalising realistic.

  • The Wolf Of Wall Street

    Howard reviews The Wolf of Wall street directed by Martin Scorcese and describes it as a three hour movie on speed.

  • Inside Llewyn Davis

    Howard reviews Inside Llewyn Davis directed by Ethan & Joel Cohen and what is more, he has few tips how to save a third of the cinema ticket price.

  • 12 Years a Slave

    It would be difficult to imagine that this powerful film will not win most of the major categories, says Howard in his film review.

  • American Hustle

    Here's Howard's film review of David O. Russell's comedy drama American Hustle.

  • All Is Lost

    Howard reviews All is Lost directed by J C Chandor, starring Robert Redford

  • The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    Howard reviews The Hobbit directed by Peter Jackson.

  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    Check out The Hunger Games: Catching Fire film review with Howard Groves.

  • Philomena

    Kadijha reviews Philomena directed by Stephen Frears, starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan.

  • Gravity

    Howard reviews Gravity 3D directed by Alfonso Cuarón, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.