Lightyear follows the adventurous journey of spaceman Buzz Lightyear (Chris Evans) as he navigates a precarious situation while learning to work as part of a team.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is an absolutely manic yet digestible couple of hours of cinema if you can turn your brain off.
Robert Eggers’ The Northman might lack heart, but it’s undoubtedly hard to look away from, with unbridled energy and machismo not seen since the action-movie glory days of the 80s and 90s.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is a film that’s outrageously entertaining to hardcore Harry Potter fans but a confusing mess to the rest of us.
The beloved Sony video game franchise Uncharted finally gets its long-awaited adaptation for the big screen.
Roland Emmerich dips his toe back into the doomsday movie genre once again with Moonfall. This time the biggest disaster is the movie itself.
It’s interesting to see that after a questionable sequel, the Kingsman movie creators believed the natural solution to be an even more questionable prequel with The King’s Man.
Tom Hardy and director Andy Serkis attempt to bring some new life to Venom in the bloated yet extremely low impact action romp, Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
A boy embarks on a magical adventure that sows the seeds for a life of gift-giving in A Boy Called Christmas.
Daniel Craig bows out as James Bond in arguably the most Bond-way possible in No Time to Die.
With Daniel Craig’s final bow as Bond coming up in No Time to Die, we look at his explosive, game-changing debut as the character in 2006’s Casino Royale.
The highly anticipated video game adaptation of Sony’s smash hit Uncharted is around the corner, and its first trailer has arrived.
Depicting the vivid and colourful life of explorer Jacques Cousteau, Becoming Cousteau dives headfirst into the deep, presenting the harsh effects of climate change across his 70-year career.
A Boy Called Christmas comes from the studio behind Paddington (2014) and looks just as humorous and charming.
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