Fantasy

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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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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Titane

By Sam Bodrojan

All hail the new flesh in Julia Ducournau’s dreamlike fable of a fractured young dancer grappling with the fire inside her.

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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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Petite Maman

By Aimee Knight

Céline Sciamma puts a time-loop spin on the classic coming-of-age tale with this gentle family fairy tale.

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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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Last Night in Soho

By David Jenkins

This time-travelling neo-giallo from Edgar Wright contains a few stunning sequences, but flubs the final act.

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The Green Knight

By Hannah Strong

Dev Patel and Ralph Ineson face off in David Lowery’s adaptation of a popular Arthurian legend, with stylish results.

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

By Weiting Liu

The MCU’s first Asian superhero movie combines thrilling spectacle with cultural specificity to correct the comics’ racist past.

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Free Guy

By Leila Latif

Ryan Reynolds has an existential crisis inside a video game in this mostly entertaining action-adventure-comedy.

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Jungle Cruise

By Lou Thomas

Expectations be damned: Disney’s riverboat caper is one of the year’s most purely pleasurable motion pictures.

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Luz: The Flower of Evil

By Anton Bitel

A backwater preacher pushes his small congregation to its limits in this quasi-mystical Colombian parable.

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Jumbo

By David Jenkins

Noémie Merlant’s fairground employee hitches a ride on the carousel of love in this sci-fi tinged romance.

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League

By Hannah Strong

This fan service-heavy redux of the 2017 superhero pile-up just about justifies its existence.

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The Midnight Sky

By Adam Woodward

George Clooney directs and stars in this drably conventional sci-fi drama about the power of human connection.

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The Secret Garden

By Romelly Eavis

Dixie Egerickx outshines her adult co-stars in this pleasant adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel.

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Carmilla

By Adam Woodward

Emily Harris’ visually striking take on the classic Gothic novel fails to live up to its initial promise.

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