By Esmé Holden
If sex scenes, or any other type of scene, don’t need to serve the plot, do they need to serve anything at all?
By Yasmin Omar
As James Cameron’s generation-defining blockbuster turns 25, it’s high time to reconsider the narrative value of the film’s often-maligned framing device.
A gaudy blue folly which encapsulates James Cameron’s strength as an image-maker, but weakness as a storyteller.
By Ben Schwartz
As Avatar 2: The Way of Water heads into cinemas, it's worth reconsidering the strange, polarising world of 3D, and what it can bring to the big screen.
Halfway through the year, we offer up 50 upcoming movies to keep on your radar.
Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, and Edie Falco are among the additions to the sci-fi mega-franchise’s cast.
Put that in your Infinity Gauntlet and smoke it, Avengers: Endgame!
Part one of our bumper survey of the noughties, featuring Avatar, Borat! and Requiem for a Dream.
Counting down our favourite feature-length releases from the past 12 months.
By Amanda Keats
Linda Hamilton’s return in Dark Fate reminds us why her complex heroine is so vital to the series.
The actor is finally old enough to reprise his T2: Judgement Day role.
One of the most successful filmmakers of all time talks Alita: Battle Angel, Avatar and the future of cinema.
Robert Rodriguez’s latest is that rare beast: a throwback, effects-driven science fiction epic that runs on an infectious sense of fun.
Why pretending the past never happened can be the best thing for a film series and its fans.
From Commando to Conan, Terminator to Twins, we size up the cultural icon’s ample body of work.
By Ethan Vestby
Ever since its unlikely resurrection in the late ’90s, the sci-fi horror series has continued to evolve.
By Eve Watling
Sigourney Weaver’s return plus other early details about James Cameron’s upcoming sci-fi sequel.