Greg Wetherall

‘Fantasy Island’ review: oddly fright-less horror reboots ’70s classic to mixed results

A visit to the remote location is still worth the price of admission

‘Ford v Ferrari’ review: sluggish auto-based drama never gets out of third gear

Like an unreliable car, 'Ford v Ferrari' works only in spurts

’21 Bridges’ review: there are far more than 21 reasons not to see this dreadful crime drama

'Black Panther' star ditches superheroes for corrupt cops, but perhaps he should have stayed in spandex

Shakira on the movie of her ill-fated El Dorado tour: “I knew someday I’d lose my youth or my beauty, but I never thought...

In October 2017, Latin pop superstar Shakira was wrapping up five months of arduous rehearsals in preparation for her 'El Dorado' world tour when...

‘Mystify: Michael Hutchence’ review: a touching tribute to one of music’s most misunderstood showmen

By the time the 1996 Brit Awards rolled into view the silky sounds of Australian rock juggernaut INXS had fallen out of favour. The...

‘The Irishman’ review: De Niro & Pacino reunion betters ‘Heat’ in Scorsese’s epic crime drama

As soon as the doo-wop harmonies of The Five Satins’ ‘In the Still of the Night’ ring out during the opening sequence of Martin...

‘A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood’ review: Tom Hanks shines in satisfying if not life-changing biopic

A mulled wine on a winter’s night. A log fire burning in the corner of a country pub. A genial Tom Hanks speaking words...

‘Le Mans ’66’ review: sluggish auto-based drama never gets out of third gear

Matt Damon’s Carroll Shelby is tearing through winding bends, burning rubber. The track is passing rapidly underneath him, his hands skilfully navigating each corner...
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