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Jurassic World: Dominion

By Leila Latif

The return of some familiar faces can’t save this dire dino flick from feeling like a cynical cash grab.

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Top Gun: Maverick

By Jake Cunningham

Tom Cruise smashes the sound barrier once again in this thrilling belated sequel to the beloved ’80s classic.

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

By Hannah Strong

Director Sam Raimi injects some much needed personality into Marvel’s latest brand-building exercise.

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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

By Hannah Strong

Nicolas Cage plays an out-of-work version of himself in Tom Gormican’s well-meaning but underwhelming meta action-comedy.

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The Lost City

By Adam Woodward

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum embark on a journey to a mysterious ancient land in this charming action-comedy.

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The Northman

By Hannah Strong

Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.

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Morbius

By Hannah Strong

Jared Leto plays a terminally-ill scientist who accidentally turns himself into a vampire in this shockingly inept superhero saga.

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2

By David Jenkins

Dashed-off sequel to the 2020 hit which makes the Chipmunks films look like Tarkovsky by comparison.

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Escape from Mogadishu

By Kambole Campbell

Ryoo Seung-Wan’s action-thriller sees North and South Korean diplomats cooperate in order to escape the onset of the Somalian Civil War.

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Ambulance

By Kambole Campbell

Michael Bay returns to the multiplex with a high octane thriller involving a bank robbery and a stolen ambulance.

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The Batman

By Adam Woodward

Robert Pattinson’s grunge prince vows to wash the scum off Gotham’s streets in Matt Reeves’ noirish detective thriller.

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Jackass Forever

By Hannah Strong

Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the gang return to the big screen for lewd, crude antics with a surprisingly sweet centre.

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The 355

By Marina Ashioti

Jessica Chastain’s passion project is a questionable espionage thriller that flaunts its international cast of A-Listers.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

By Hannah Strong

Tom Holland’s third solo Spidey outing brings some familiar faces to the party, but we’ve seen it all before.

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Raging Fire

By Kambole Campbell

The final film by the great Benny Chan is a glorious throwback to the golden days of Hong Kong action flicks.

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The End of Evangelion

By Kambole Campbell

Back in cinemas this week, Hideaki Anno’s feature-length finale breaks hearts, bodies, and the fourth wall.

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Eternals

By David Jenkins

Chloé Zhao remixes the Marvel Cinematic Universe template with this ethereal take on the classic superhero saga.

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