Joker is the first film to deliver on the promise of a different kind of superhero film.
The Nightingale is a spare, brutal portrait of the realities of Australian colonialism: murder, genocide and rape.
There’s a gem of a great idea at the heart of Stuber. Specifically, shoving Kumail Nanjiani in the midst of an ‘80s buddy cop film.
Murder Mystery anchors itself squarely in modern-day, sad-sack jean shorts Sandler – and it pays off.
Brightburn uses a cunningly simple premise – what if Superman, but evil? – to chillingly simple effect.
If you were expecting a captivating disaster from Aladdin, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Pet Sematary simultaneously benefits from and suffers from its adherence to generic conventions.
I feel a little guilty for liking Shazam!
Escape Room is like Cube meets Saw meets Hostel …minus the gratuitous gore.
Cold Pursuit puts a darkly comic spin on the time-honoured Liam Neeson revenge movie.