This retro-inspired Disney adventure yarn boasts lots of great, progressive ideas, but lacks in the imagination department.
Writer/director Ryan Coogler expands his colonialist critique in this epic MCU sequel which also pays moving tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman.
An animated crocodile with the voice of an angel spreads New York cheer in this breezy and highly likeable family diversion.
By Mark Asch
Peter Farrelly’s follow-up to his Best Picture winner Green Book is a hokey Vietnam tall tale.
A dream auditor becomes caught up with an ageing eccentric in Kentucker Audley and Albert Birney's highly imaginative feature.
Idris Elba is a father menaced by a killer lion in this capable but slight thriller.
Taika Waititi returns to the MCU five years after Thor: Ragnarok with a disappointing sequel sorely lacking in charm and imagination.
The Minions scarcely feature in this screwball supervillain origin story that’s shamefully short on lols.
By Leila Latif
The return of some familiar faces can’t save this dire dino flick from feeling like a cynical cash grab.
Director Sam Raimi injects some much needed personality into Marvel’s latest brand-building exercise.
Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.
Arthur Harari charts the remarkable story of Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda, who refused to surrender at the end of World War Two.
Jared Leto plays a terminally-ill scientist who accidentally turns himself into a vampire in this shockingly inept superhero saga.
Dashed-off sequel to the 2020 hit which makes the Chipmunks films look like Tarkovsky by comparison.
A tale as old as time gets a cyberspace makeover in Mamoru Hosoda’s reimagining of Beauty and the Beast.
Tom Holland’s third solo Spidey outing brings some familiar faces to the party, but we’ve seen it all before.
Jason Reitman takes on the mantle of his Ghostbusting father Ivan with this emotionally manipulative nostalgia trip.