The Last Jedi is Star Wars in a new coat of armour, a bold and surprising addition the franchise that respects Star Wars tropes while shaking things up.
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A witty comedy stylised as a throwback to the 1950’s which has been given a dark twist driven by love, greed and rat poison.
A poignant father-son story with universal themes that will appeal to anyone, young or old.
Brimming with attitude, humour, skill and unforgettable performances Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri offers an unforgettable watch.
Battle of the Sexes is an astoundingly acted and timely look at issues surrounding both this historic tennis clash and our modern times.
Daddy’s Home 2 marks a distressing low for what some festive comedies have come to.
This is the first time we’ve ever seen the Justice League and it really was worth the wait. Filled with epic, non-stop action throughout with nice visuals.
Paddington 2, like its predecessor, is an absolutely joyous treat for audiences of all ages.
This slashtastic Groundhog Day is a most welcome surprise.
This seasonal sequel has no Ho Ho Ho’s to offer.
An intriguing look into the lives of the man and women, who invented the lie detector test and then went on to create a cultural icon.
Three college students attend a Christian commune, with the intention of filming a documentary in this tense found footage horror.
Kenneth Branagh’s nostalgic and star-studded adaptation is gorgeous to look at – but slightly loses its substance to style.
The Death of Stalin is a satirical masterpiece.
This British Horror boasts laddish chemistry, despite the familiarity that surrounds it.