A Boy Called Christmas comes from the studio behind Paddington (2014) and looks just as humorous and charming.
The new agents featured in the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die look like a promising way forward for the franchise.
With films like Independence Day (1996) and The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Roland Emmerich knows how to do disaster movies, and he knows how to do them well.
Hollywood’s biggest stars feature in the fun new action-adventure film Red Notice for Netflix.
Free Guy uses a quippy concept of an open-world multiplayer video game combined with The Truman Show (1998) to try and deliver a witty and entertaining popcorn flick. Its charm fades away quickly, and it drags a lot in its second half; at least Jodie Comer is there to lift its low moments.
James Gunn takes DC Comics’ second-rate supervillains and gives them the first-rate treatment in the spectacular The Suicide Squad.
Jungle Cruise is the epic, fantastical, laugh out loud, complete movie experience adventure our pandemic-weary smiles have been craving.
Is it hard to believe that another G.I. Joe movie is terrible? Snake Eyes is an uninteresting, dull, and plodding origin story that fails to revive the franchise.
The first film of the MCU’s fourth phase, Cate Shortland’s Black Widow, is an entertaining spy flick with a talented cast though it feels too-little-too-late.
Idris Elba and the quirky characters that make up the rest of the Suicide Squad feature in the funny new trailer for the film.
Disney’s Jungle Cruise gets an action-packed new trailer featuring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt.
The Escape Room winners from the first film are back for more survival horror action and adventure in Escape Room: Tournament of Champions.
What do you get when you combine a love for cinema, a quirky family, robots who are taking over the world, and the producers behind The Lego Movie (2014)? You get the fascinating, charming, and hilarious Netflix animated film, The Mitchells vs. the Machines.
The new trailer for Marvel’s Black Widow explores the title character’s legacy and features a look at the epic action in the film.
The Suicide Squad trailer has dropped and with it an all-new quirky sense of humour that director James Gunn is known for, but does it work?