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Avengers: Infinity War

By Hannah Woodhead

Marvel lays it all on the line in their pan-property pièce de résistance – a full-tilt triumph of blockbuster filmmaking.

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The road to Infinity is paved with good storytelling

By Callum Costello

How Marvel Studios wedded creativity and economy to reshape the blockbuster landscape.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

By Adam Woodward

Tom Holland gets top marks as Marvel’s teenage web-slinger goes back to school.

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Can the Marvel franchise survive without Iron Man?

By James Luxford

The founding Avenger could be about to hang up his suit. Who’s ready to become the MCU’s new MVP?

Why Zodiac remains David Fincher’s most puzzling masterpiece

By Tim Cooke

The director’s true-crime chiller is as tricky and compelling as ever.

Watch the official trailer(s) for Spider-Man: Homecoming

By Tom Williams

Tom Holland suits up for his first outing as everyone’s favourite web-slinging superhero.

Captain America – the last good guy

By James Luxford

Five years after making his big screen bow, Chris Evans’ patriotic do-gooder continues to stand out in a world of antiheroes.

Captain America: Civil War

By David Jenkins

Hey kids! Captain America’s back, and he’s brought some lively political views with him.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Joss Whedon has once again assembled a creamy cast to have a whole lot of fun with the blockbuster template.

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Iron Man 3

By David Jenkins

The superhero movie gets a Dickensian meta-comedy treatment care of writer/director Shane Black.

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Avengers Assemble

By Adam Lee Davies

Joss Whedon’s Marvel maelstrom is a shiny, caged beast of a film that delivers on its every promise.

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Due Date

By Benjamin Lee

Try as it may, Due Date never really manages to escape its rather tired ‘odd couple’ concept.

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Iron Man 2

By Dan Brightmore

This supposedly iron clad sequel is only fit to rust in the superhero scrap yard.

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Iron Man

By Matt Bochenski

Jon Favreau’s Iron Man ticks all the boxes of the comic book geek pleaser.

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