Destroyer is a dark tale that will flick you back and forth as you unravel the mystery.
Glass does not disappoint. It meets all your expectations and then some, masterfully bringing the Unbreakable /Split story to a close. Or has it?
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!
the kid who would be king
A great little family film that has all the ingredients needed to entertain both kids and adults.
Storm Boy targets a grey area of audience. It feels very much like the kind of movies I watched in the late 90's as a kid.
A satisfying all-rounder to bring on the tears of every kind, Instant Family is the cosy heart-warmer a tough world needs.
A great WWII film filled to the brim with a great story and aerial combat, but is slightly let down by the CGI.
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.
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.
no sex please: we're british
Sink or Swim doesn't offer anything new but it doesn't have to to be a funny, heart warming night out.
the odessa file
If Beale Street Could Talk is a must see, a rewarding and somewhat heartwarming film that has been beautifully constructed.
The tussle between artist and the big bucks of the collectors is beautifully captured in The Price of Everything.