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‘Last Christmas’ review: George Michael-approved festive flick is exactly what you’d expect

'Last Christmas' gives you its heart, and you probably won't want to throw it away

‘The Aeronauts’ review: Hawkings reunite in airborne biopic that soars above expectations

On first look, The Aeronauts seems quite tedious. It's the story of two Victorian scientists on a mission to go higher than anyone has ever floated...

‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ review: Shia LaBeouf shines in a wholesome indie about unlikely friendship

It’s unlikely that The Peanut Butter Falcon’s impact on the box office, or the collective consciousness, will be huge, but it’s sure to be...

Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights: Spend an evening with Stranger Things’ Demogorgon

We are told by one of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights guides that there is a “Code Brown” alert occasionally used in the Florida park,...

‘Knives Out’ review: Rian Johnson returns to fold with thrilling, expertly-crafted whodunit

Rian Johnson’s last film, 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, was the best Star Wars movie since Empire Strikes Back. There are quite a...

Marvel Cinematic Universe phase four: everything we know so far

Avengers: Endgame was a big fat line under everything that’s happened in the Marvel Universe so far. Three major characters signed out, and the...

“His face would move and his eyes would blink and he was weird” – ‘Atlanta’ star Brian Tyree Henry on acting with Chucky in ‘Child’s...

If you haven’t seen Brian Tyree Henry in at least one movie in the past year you probably haven’t been anywhere near a cinema....

‘Black Mirror’: ‘Smithereens’ review – a contemporary tragedy about corporate responsibility (with Sexy Priest in it)

Most Black Mirror episodes have some kind of fantasy element to them, exaggerating technology to make points about the hold it has over us....

‘Rim of the World’ review – ‘Stranger Things’ stopgap movie is a passable trip to an ’80s adventure land

This absolutely ok throwback sci-fi has a very ‘made by committee’ feel, like a marketing department saw how popular 80s nostalgia is right now...

‘The Perfection’ review – we dare you to look away from this trashtastic, genre-hopping Netflix movie

Calling The Perfection a film about cellists is like calling Alien a movie about astronauts, or Superman a film about a journalist. You’re kind...

‘Rocketman’ film review – a hurricane of imagination and exuberance

In the opening shot of Dexter Fletcher’s wild, inventive, blissfully energetic musical, Taron Egerton strides – no, stomps – toward the camera, vacuum-packed into...

See Beats, the movie described as the new Trainspotting, first and for free

There is nothing – nothing at all – like finding someone who is obsessed with exactly the same music as you. That feeling of...

‘Vox Lux’ Review – Natalie Portman leads an exhilarating portrait of modern celebrity

It’s a cheeky, knowing bit of casting to put Natalie Portman in the role of a messed up former child star. Portman, who has...

‘Long Shot’ review – proof that romantic comedy can still be smart and refreshing

Long Shot is an excellent measure of how the film landscape has changed in recent times. Just a few years ago, its set-up would...

Eighth Grade review – Bo Burnham’s brilliant directing debut will take you back to the awful awkwardness of adolescence

Bo Burnham’s obscenely accomplished directing debut should probably come with a trigger warning. It so vividly evokes the awkwardness and self-sabotage of adolescence that...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ review: is it the best comic book movie ever?

Mere minutes into Avengers: Endgame there is a terrible loss; a warning that no matter how much the fans may cherish it, nothing is...

Who will win Game of Thrones?

Daenerys Targaryan Dany has been fixated on the throne since the first season, when she decided she was destined for more than a life as...

New Elton John biopic ‘Rocketman’: what we learned from the first look preview

Chronicling the life of Elton John (played by Taron Egerton), Rocketman is a juicy prospect – John’s life has hardly been a quiet one....

‘Ben Is Back’ review – Julia Roberts brings star power to a powerful tale of addiction

Ben Is Back is not obviously a movie star movie. There is no glamour to it. No action or scale or suggestion of much...
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