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IT Chapter Two

By Anton Bitel

Time stands still in more ways than one as this dull rehash of Andy Muschietti’s 2017 horror overstays its welcome.

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix

By Kambole Campbell

Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey becomes fused with a cosmic entity in this lacklustre series add-on.

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Evil isn’t clowning around in the It Chapter Two trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The grown-up cast includes Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.

The films of M Night Shyamalan – ranked

By James Slaymaker

From Signs to Split, The Sixth Sense to The Happening, we survey this divisive director’s surprisingly varied career.

Glass

By Hannah Woodhead

M Night Shyamalan gets the gang back together for the bizarre finale to his “Eastrail 177 Trilogy”.

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Atomic Blonde

By Matt Thrift

Charlize Theron blasts her way through Cold War-era Berlin in this glib actioner from John Wick’s David Leitch.

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Why Atonement remains a great modern film about love and war

By Lena Hanafy

Joe Wright’s World War Two-era romance is a beautiful story of a young couple torn apart by fate.

Split

By Anton Bitel

James McAvoy is on spine-tingling form in this effective thriller from M Night Shyamalan.

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Watch the first trailer for M Night Shyamalan’s Split

By Little White Lies

Uh-oh… the once-celebrated master of the final act twist takes on split personalities with the help of James McAvoy.

X-Men: Apocalypse

By Adam Woodward

The third instalment in the rebooted comic book franchise is a colossal failure on every conceivable level.

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Atonement

By Lorien Haynes

Joe Wright’s World War Two weepie is a near masterpiece that only lacks the substance of great performances.

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