Reviews

Nope

In just five years, Jordan Peele has established himself as not only an exciting horror director, but someone who makes original event films. Following...

Jordan Peele

Eiffel

After breaking through with the English-language TV show Sex Education, people may forget that Emma Mackey is both French and English. Eiffel,...

Martin Bourboulon

Bullet Train

After honing his action movie-making skills with John Wick, Atomic Blonde and Deadpool 2, stuntman-turned-director David Leitch has levelled...

David Leitch

Prey

The extraterrestrial monster, the Predator, has been around in movies since 1987 but most of its other appearances have failed to recapture the...

Thirteen Lives

Most will remember waiting with bated breath for news updates on the Thailand cave rescue back in 2018 – and you can now relive that experience...

The Gray Man

Just three years after the release of Avengers: Endgame, directors Joe and Anthony Russo have reunited with screenwriters Christopher Markus...

Persuasion

The latest adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion is not a straightforward retelling of the story. Instead, it gives the classic period...

Where the Crawdads Sing

After Delia Owens’ novel Where the Crawdads Sing became a runaway success in 2018, it was only a matter of time before a film adaptation...

Olivia Newman

The Railway Children Return

Fifty-two years after the children’s classic warmed the hearts of the nation, a sequel featuring a new set of railway children has arrived. The...

Morgan Matthews

Don’t Make Me Go

If you like a good old-fashioned road trip movie, then Don’t Make Me Go is one for you. Hannah Marks’ latest movie stars John Cho...

Brian and Charles

There have been plenty of films about a man and his robot companion – but none quite as oddball as Brian and Charles. This mockumentary-style...

Thor: Love and Thunder

Following on from his success at the helm of Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi returns to direct the Norse god’s latest standalone movie, Thor:...

Taika Waititi