Jordan Hoffman: Scarlett Johansson shines in this pseudo-intellectual action flick that represents Luc Besson's finest work since The Fifth Element
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Ian McShane and Irina Shayk talk about re-making the Hercules legend
Director, who walked away from Marvel's superhero film after disagreements over the script, plans to direct a 'collision of crime, action, music and sound'
Apes franchise makes solid opening while new Transformers slides fast – but Boyhood shows staying power in the arthouse, writes Charles Gant
Iron Man star sucks in the super-bucks from Marvel films, while Dwanye Johnson, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio and Chris Hemsworth fill out Forbes' top five
Xan Brooks, Catherine Shoard and Peter Bradshaw review this week's big releases, including Planet of the Apes's prequel sequel and Pudsey-the-dog-who-stands-up's crowning achievement
Extremists thrive on both sides of the human-ape divide, as Andy Serkis dominates a cracking sequel, writes Peter Bradshaw
Andrew Pulver: The events they depict happened decades ago and they're often historically dubious. Yet second world war films are more in fashion than ever. Why can't Hollywood get enough?
Director Walter Hill turned the action movie inside out with his beautiful yet brutal brand of cinema, which is still influencing films such as Drive today. He talks to John Patterson
Andy Serkis leads the ape rebellion against humans in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the role taken by Roddy McDowall in the original film saga's 1972 uprising, Conquest. So which movie chimp is boss? Stuart Heritage referees a 'Caesar-off'
Why righteous treasure hunter and all-round intellectual superhero Indiana Jones inspired our Reel history columnist Alex von Tunzelmann to join the Young Archaeologists' Club and occasionally don a fedora
Tolkien fans will welcome news that the new Hobbit movie sticks to the source material more closely than than the last two. But what would you like to see added in this episode?
Xan Brooks, Andrew Pulver and Peter Bradshaw review this week's big releases, including Boyhood, Begin Again and Transformers: Age of Extinction
Alex von Tunzelmann: Patriot John Wayne made a film about the Vietnam war and gave the Pentagon carte blanche to rewrite the plot. The result was a propaganda flick with dodgy Vietnamese accents
The fourth film in Bay's skull-splinteringly insensitive franchise has a whole new cast – did the others run out of batteries, asks Peter Bradshaw