While no cinematic masterpiece, Paper Towns suggests the writer is a force for good in an increasingly troubled youthosphere.
It’s just mindless fun, if a little flat feeling.
Director Antoine Fuqua handles the arrival of each cliché as if it’s merely a fresh opportunity to win us over.
Some have called The Tribe a silent movie, but while it lacks spoken words, it’s an intense aural experience.
Who knew the Proclaimers wrote so many great songs?