It's dumbed-down, yes, but the slapstick antics make for perfect school holiday fodder.
She put a rocket under the women's rights movement, will this put one under your seat?
The absurd charms of It Must Be Heaven could prove divisive writes our reviewer.
The comedian drops the nice guy act for swastikas and revenge in Becky. We review it.
Robert Eggers' new film The Lighthouse provides a thrilling gothic vision of madness.
For Sama is profoundly intimate yet horrifically heartbreaking writes TimeOut's reviewer.
The haunting true story A Hidden Life is a welcome return to form for the director.
If you liked Pearl Harbour, then you'll love Midway ... but that's not saying much.
Latest in the "shall we play a game?" horror sub-genre is bloody fun.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire requires patience, but delivers the ultimate payoff.
Pedro Almodovar's Pain and Glory will have minds blown long after the credits roll.
The romantic drama captures Mumbai's rich textures but is its story worth a look?
Hereditary was harrowing and unsettling. It's follow-up Midsommar is much, much worse...
Apollo 11 is a marvel which makes you sit back and simply gape in awe.
Olivia Wilde's debut feature film could be worth sneaking out for.
Rory's Way sends grumpy Scotsman Brian Cox to America but will it send you to the cinema?
Our reviewer described the brutally honest film an "astonishing statement"
Bill Nighy, whimsy and a heated game of Scrabble... what more could you want?
Does Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion live up to the old animated Asterix classics?
Movie review: The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir
DC has stopped being so dark and tried to be less cringe - but did it work?
Everybody Knows is an intriguing, immensely satisfying mystery. Or is it?
After a successful festival run Swagger of Thieves is coming to a cinema near you
Steve Carrell, Laurence Fishburne and Bryan Cranston are war vets in this emotional film