Kelsey reviews ‘Five Feet Apart’, a love story between two cystic fibrosis patients who must stay six feet apart at all times. Does this love connection know no bounds, or does it take a step too far?
Kelsey reviews French rom-com ‘The Trouble with You’ after its screening at the Alliance French Film Festival. Does this tale of crime and corruption prove a fertile ground for its particularly European comedic tone?
The unlikely movie franchise is back, but is it better than ever? Kelsey reviews ‘The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part’.
A challenging and intense thriller, David Barker’s feature film debut ‘Pimped’ tackles rich issues surrounding identity and masculinity without pulling its punches.
‘Fighting with My Family’ follows the real-life story of WWE wrestler Paige as she rises to the professional stage. The wrestling is as powerful as ever, but is there any heart to the spectacle? Owen reviews.
Captain Marvel has finally arrived on the big screen. With fan expectations split down the middle and unprecedented franchise momentum behind it, the film is poised to make a splash one way or another. Does it allay fans’ fears, or fall into a trap of its own making? Ciaran reviews.
Saved by an interesting character dynamic and some excellent performances, Greta is the kind of psychological thriller that will keep you entertained throughout but probably won’t keep you up at night.
How much does a film need to do when it can leverage your emotions at any moment by cutting to a shot of puppy dog eyes? Ciaran reviews A Dog’s Way Home.
After being in development hell for many years, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ has finally been released to Hollywood screens. Thankfully, we had a reviewer in just the right condition to view it.
Liam Neeson is back snapping necks and taking names, but this time he’s in the snow. Were we left with a chill or lukewarm? Read our review of Cold Pursuit.