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.
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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.
This surprisingly heartfelt film has lots to say about success and its personal costs.
The MCU strikes gold again with a film that just might be their funniest yet.
This Global Warming disaster movie takes the billing of ‘Disaster Movie’ to literal lengths.
This Jo Nesbø adaptation has potential but sadly fails to chill or thrill.
The Lego formula has a few mismatched pieces this time but still entertains.
Although Taylor-Johnson is the star of this film, John Cena and Laith Nakli round out the cast of this new take on the War film brilliantly.
With Mother! Aronofsky presents his most polarising work to date. A nightmarish thriller rich with allegory and subtext, Mother! is quite an achievement.
35 years later and this sci-fi creation still entices with a ‘film of the year’ contender of a sequel.
Sean William Scott returns to the ice in this sequel to the sports comedy Goon, which despite some good comedy moments doesn’t hit as hard as the original.
A beautiful looking film noir thriller with some interesting twists, but lacking the character development to really make it memorable.