A film with solid performances, but is it working in all the other areas?
Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
Here we review a Legendary Monsterverse, offering in the shape of everyone’s favourite gigantic gorilla, exploring how it shapes up to other films in its genre.
Get Out will make you uncomfortable, but we urge you to stay for the duration of Peele’s original storytelling.
We reviewed The Founder, a film with nothing to sink your teeth into, much like it’s source material.
Moving, restrained, and raw, Moonlight shines with the glow of a film that knows what it wants to say.
The end of an era. We say a bold farewell to Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine after 17 years of grit, sweat and adamantium.
We took a closer look at John Wick 2, a film that barks up the right tree.
Darker, sexier, and weirder – here’s what we thought about Fifty Shade’s second coming.
Here’s what we thought about T2, a film that focuses on consequences rather than characterisation.
We reviewed Manchester by the Sea, a rare masterpiece with power, beauty and craftmanship.
La La Land is less an upbeat piece of escapism and more a melancholic lamentation of missed opportunities.