DISC + DIGITAL
Exactly what fans want and more. Ryan Reynolds is back as Deadpool - whats not to like?
last flag flying
A raw yet beautiful exploration of three men confronting the horrors of their past in light of what they are experiencing in the present. Anchored by outstanding performances from its three leads The Last Flag Flying is a movie not to be missed.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - an absolute mouthful of a title but unlike its savoury namesake, the film brings a delightfully sweet taste to the cinematic senses.
the guernsey literary and potato peel society
Does Mary Magdalene mark a new age in the Biblical epic, not needing to be quite so, well, epic? This fresh take is a must-see.
A superbly taut political drama with outstanding performances from a great ensemble cast led magnificently by Jason Clarke.
Kodachrome is a great film all round - top story, terrific cast (with Ed Harris being a stand out), and a superb soundtrack.
Although riveting with a brilliant lead performance from Claire Foy, Unsane rarely surprises or does anything new with the psychological genre.
avengers: infinity war
"Bold. Bombastic. Just brilliant." "Every laugh was a bright spot." "Thanos is... one of my favourite antagonists from the series so far." "A brilliant movie and I cannot wait for part two."
the death of stalin
The Death of Stalin will likely be the best political parody you've see in a long time.
isle of dogs
Not quite as charming as Fantastic Mr. Fox, but Isle of Dogs is a whimsical tale with exquisite stop motion animation.
A movie to inspire a new generation of women to live fearlessly in spite of their insecurities.
i feel pretty
truth or dare
Truth or Dare doesn't bring anything new to the horror genre instead it plays the same old teen horror game.
Not only is every single shot a work of art, the story is filled with intrigue, pain, and loss which makes for an absolutely belter of a film. Loving Vincent is unlike anything you have ever seen. You need to watch this movie.
the yellow birds
Although it doesn't have much of a wow factor, The Yellow Birds has a great story with solid performances which is more than enough to keep the audience interested.
Happy End is a wonderful watch, even if only to make you feel slightly better about your own messed up family.