The Power Rangers are back on the big screen but is it the comeback we’ve been hoping for or does it end up being a bit of a mess. Here’s our review.Advertisements
Kong’s back baby! But does Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ film match up to its many predecessors, or does Kong: Skull Island fall flat on its face? Here’s our review.
After 17 years, Logan is Hugh Jackman’s last time playing Wolverine, and is it the film that the character, and the actor, deserve? Here’s our review.
Damien Chazelle’s La La Land won a whole bunch of awards, but is it really the masterpiece everybody’s saying it is? Here’s our review.
Is The LEGO Batman Movie the Batman movie Batman deserves, or are we still waiting for The Dark Knight to come out of the shadows? Here’s our review.
Ben Affleck has found his feet in the director’s chair, which is why I was very excited to see his latest project, Live By Night, but is it any good?
After waiting three years for it, Sherlock Season 4 is already over after only three weeks. But is it worth the watch? Here”s our spoiler-free review.
Is Tom Ford’s second film, Nocturnal Animals, the absorbing neo-noir psychological thriller we hoped it would be, or is it a bit of a miss? Read our review.
Casey Affleck is captivating as janitor from Boston, but does Manchester By the Sea have more to offer than just Affleck’s performance? Here’s our review.
Jim Jarmusch is back with his new film Paterson, which stars Adam Driver as a bus driver called Paterson, in a town called Paterson. Here’s our review.
Everybody’s been talking about HBO’s new show, Westworld, but is it really as good as everyone’s saying it is?
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is out, but is Gareth Edwards’ standalone movie everything we hoped it would be? Read our review to find out.
Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival isn’t really about aliens. It’s more about humanity, and our ability (or lack thereof) to work together.
Is Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them as ‘fantastic’ as the title suggests, or is it a bit of a damp Squib?
Mark Millar has once again put his own unique spin on the traditional superhero story with Old Man Logan.
Over the years, Waititi has managed to perfect his tone and his visual style, and it’s all culminated in this movie, which is witty, charming, funny, heartfelt, sad, sweet and memorable.
Watching a movie all about a plane crash is hard for me, however, all is fine when you have Clint Eastwood in the control tower and Tom Hanks as your captain.
Dan Trachtenberg put John Goodman in a bunker, added a sprinkling of Cloverfield, and created one of the best thrillers in years.
Creed steps out of Rocky’s shadow to deliver one hell of a knockout blow.
Crimson Peak is a return to Del Toro’s roots. He’s back to what he does best and we should rejoice.