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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 – 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...

Review – Deadpool 2

Dead pool 2 tries to live up to its foul-mouthed, anti-hero predecessor and suffers from a classic case of 'throw money at something and it will surely be better' fatigue...

Review – McKellen: Playing The Part

Sir Ian McKellen reflects on his life under the spotlight, from a youth spent in Wigan to coming out, treading the boards on the West End and yelling 'you shall not pass'...

Review – Breaking In

Gabrielle Union is a badass mum on a mission in Breaking In, a film which isn't sure if it's a comedy, a thriller or a poignant reflection on the role of motherhood. It&#...

Review – Patrick Melrose

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a drug-huffing playboy in New York in Sky Atlantic's latest five-part series based on the novels of Edward St. Aubyn.

Review – That Good Night

John Hurt's final foray in the Portuguese Algarve is a sun-drenched, sweet reflection on family dynamics and the road towards, in Dylan Thomas' words, 'that good nig...