Everything you’d hope for in a Star Wars trilogy’s second installment, one of the best since The Empire Strikes Back.
The DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has had a fantastic 2017, with the one-two punch of Wonder Woman and its newest offering, Justice League.
“a blast of comedy and manic freneticism.”
Jackie Chan gives THE FOREIGNER his dramatic best, resulting in one of his most surprising performances.
One of the most artistically vivid films in history.
Hitting all the notes for which its predecessor was revered while punching a few new keys in a chorus of its own.
Gorgeously shot, acted, and executed, IT revels in the joys and sorrows of a childhood summer marred by tragedy.
Annabelle: Creation may well be one of the scariest modern horror movies in existence.
“Goes through the motions of being an action-fantasy without having the guts to proclaim it from the heavens.”
Words cannot describe – nor should they – the cinematic clinic Nolan puts on with Dunkirk.
Showcases Tom Holland’s addictive presence and rumblings of adventures to come.
Baby Driver is as indelible and memorable as you’d expect an Edgar Wright film to be.
Although it doesn’t have the heart and quirkiness of Cars, it is a worthy sequel and a decent apology for Cars 2.
Just as good a movie as the first, being full of exultant mirth and slap-happy pandemonium.
One unapologetically thrilling adventure.
A worthy follow-up to a modern-day classic action film.
Blair Witch is one scary, nerve-wracking son of a bitch.
This installment feels most like a money-grab instead of a film which needs to tell a story.
The 2016 update of the 1984 classic Ghostbusters is way, way fun.
It’s not just a parody about music life; it’s also a parody about us.