Adventure

Strange World

By David Jenkins

This retro-inspired Disney adventure yarn boasts lots of great, progressive ideas, but lacks in the imagination department.

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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

By Cheyenne Bunsie

Writer/director Ryan Coogler expands his colonialist critique in this epic MCU sequel which also pays moving tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman.

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Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

By David Jenkins

An animated crocodile with the voice of an angel spreads New York cheer in this breezy and highly likeable family diversion.

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The Greatest Beer Run Ever

By Mark Asch

Peter Farrelly’s follow-up to his Best Picture winner Green Book is a hokey Vietnam tall tale.

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Strawberry Mansion

By Charles Bramesco

A dream auditor becomes caught up with an ageing eccentric in Kentucker Audley and Albert Birney's highly imaginative feature.

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Beast

By Esther Rosenfield

Idris Elba is a father menaced by a killer lion in this capable but slight thriller.

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Thor: Love and Thunder

By Adam Woodward

Taika Waititi returns to the MCU five years after Thor: Ragnarok with a disappointing sequel sorely lacking in charm and imagination.

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Minions: The Rise of Gru

By David Jenkins

The Minions scarcely feature in this screwball supervillain origin story that’s shamefully short on lols.

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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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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 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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Onoda: 10,000 Nights in the Jungle

By David Jenkins

Arthur Harari charts the remarkable story of Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda, who refused to surrender at the end of World War Two.

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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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Belle

By Hannah Strong

A tale as old as time gets a cyberspace makeover in Mamoru Hosoda’s reimagining of Beauty and the Beast.

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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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Ghostbusters: Afterlife

By Hannah Strong

Jason Reitman takes on the mantle of his Ghostbusting father Ivan with this emotionally manipulative nostalgia trip.

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