By itself, this is a fairly generic horror film, pairing supernatural parental anxiety with Hispanic myth.
I feel a little guilty for liking Shazam!
Captain Marvel isn’t quite a dud, but it’s far from marvellous.
Greta feels like a dispatch straight from the early-‘90s – and I’m not complaining.
This is an uneven but thoroughly enjoyable ‘80s-inspired movie – and a surprising upgrade from its predecessor.
Berlin, I Love You is the latest in a series of city-centric anthologies, following 2006’s Paris, je t’aime and 2008’s New York, I Love You.
Arctic‘s survival thriller builds into an ode to resilience and dogged self-determination.
A standard superhero showdown isn’t what Shyamalan has in mind for Glass.
There’s no question Holmes & Watson is a bad film. Yet this isn’t as disastrous as you might have been led to believe.
This is a different kind of New York film.