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Review – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is less believable, if you can call it that, than its predecessor, but it's still a thumping good ride stuffed with dinosaurs, action and bad on...

Review – Eighth Grade

The social media generation is painted as probably the most narcissistic, self-centred and lonely one yet in comedian Bo Turnham's achingly honest debut, Eighth Grade.

Review – Lost in Vagueness

From director Sofia Olins, Lost in Vagueness, tells the story of Roy Gurvitz, a traveller who befriended Glastonbury creator, Michael Eavis, whilst working on site in the 90s. Gurv...

Review – Hereditary

Hereditary is the most well-crafted, disturbing horror film to hit the screens in years, with a mesmerising performance from Toni Collette as a mother on the brink.

Review – Generation Wealth

Lauren Greenfield's reflection on the excesses of wealth is one of the most vulgar, sickening and deeply thought-provoking films you'll see all year.

Review – Never Goin’ Back

Augustine Frizzell's self-inspired story of youthful idiocy sounds a celebratory klaxon for dumb youth and its hopes and dreams.

Review – Yardie

Turns out Idris Elba's got some talent for directing in his debut film set on the 1993 novel Yardie, which brings a young Jamaican man to London with a brick of cocaine strapp...

Review – Solo: A Star Wars Story

Donald Glover is probably the best thing about this Star Wars spin-off that might have been released just a little too close to its predecessor.

Review – Freak Show

Freak Show follows a queer and fabulous teen in a bildungsroman that fails to hit the nail on the head despite how much it bashes you over the head with its hammer of inclusiveness...

The subtle brilliance of American Crime Story’s ‘Versace’ second season

Following its sophomore run, people are concerned series one was a bit of a one-hit-wonder. But was ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ really that bad, or did it just suffer fro...