Even with 16 years’ worth of Spider-Man films in the public consciousness, the new animated feature ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ feels like essential viewing.
The iconic duo, Sestero and Wiseau, reunite for ‘Best F(r)iends’ Volume 2. Have they recaptured a cult classic status with their latest collaboration? Ciaran reviews.
Jennifer Lopez returns to the big screen with The Second Act, a comedy romance with big ambition but questionable execution.
Peter Jackson isn’t a stranger to bringing beloved novels to the big screen, and this time, attempts to capture the magic of young adult series ‘Mortal Engines’. Is his efforts justified? Owen reviews.
Matthew Lind is used to being punched, but not by movies. Except for Boss Baby, but that was a weird exception where they got you to sign a consent thing. Anyway, check out his review for Creed II!
It’s obvious from the trailer that Disney’s latest offering, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, is a feast for the eyes. But beneath the delectable visuals, is there any food for thought? Sarah Clarry reviews.
After a slew of adaptations, all with varying levels of success, the new Robin Hood aims to modernise the legendary hero. After a slew of terrible reviews, and a 13% Rotten Tomatoes rating, it may come as a surprise that our reviewer is actually batting for this film.
The Children Act tackles rich issues of religion, individual rights, and child-parent relationships. Is its thematic weight enough to make up for its crawling pace? Kelsey reviews.
With a lot of cowboy properties hitting our respective screens in 2018, Western-fever abounds. Can the Coen brothers strike gold with their Western anthology film, or do they miss the mark?
December is closing in, and studios around the globe are scrambling to release the latest Christmas classic. Does Illumination’s version of ‘The Grinch’ steal our hearts, or waste our time? Kelsey reviews.