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Glass does not disappoint. It meets all your expectations and then some, masterfully bringing the Unbreakable /Split story to a close. Or has it?
Its refreshing, its rude, its hilarious and magnificently acted. It might not be the kind of period drama you'd take your grandmother to but its absolutely delicious.
A satisfying all-rounder to bring on the tears of every kind, Instant Family is the cosy heart-warmer a tough world needs.
mary queen of scots
Visually stunning and historically intriguing, Mary
Queen of Scots is a lengthy tale that could use trimming, but it's two female leads are just unmissable!
spider-man: into the spider-verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a fantastic watch, and may just be the best Spider-Man film ever committed to the big screen.
can you ever forgive me?
An intimate exploration of the inner life of writer Lee Israel anchored by a career defining performance from Melissa McCarthy.
holmes and watson
From one of Will Ferrell's biggest fans Holmes and Watson is a bit of a disappointment with very few laughs to go around.
mary poppins returns
We have a new Disney classic on our hands. Blunt as Mary Poppins is practically perfect in every way just like the film itself.
how to train your dragon: the hidden kingdom
Check out our kid's review of How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden Kingdom.
Bumblebee is the Transformers film we've all been waiting for filled with childlike joy and wonder.
Papillon is a solid prison escape film and with Hunnam and Malek around its more than worth a watch.
the last witness
A story that deserves to be told but by some other film makers.
One of the best documentaries in recent memory. Find it. Watch it. Sit there in awe.
Original and highly addictive, Counterpart is must watch TV.
the little drummer girl
The Little Drummer Girl is a taut spy thriller with a great ensemble cast that engages all the senses.
an evening with beverly luff linn
For folks with a particular comedic taste, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn certainly brings the chuckles.
Backtrace is more of a fizzer of an action film than a real cracker.
Some great work from India Eisley is ultimately let down by a mediocre script.
no sex please: we're british
The theme of the story may be a little dated, but No Sex Please: We're British brings the chuckles and is led magnificently by Mr. Ronnie Corbett.
the odessa file
For a thriller the pace might be slightly dated but The Odessa File is a great little thriller lead brilliantly by the charismatic Jon Voight.
the stone killer
A solid cop thriller with the moustached no nonsense Charles Bronson firmly in charge.