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Review – The Meg

Jason Statham wrestles a great white on steroids in The Meg, and takes absolutely no regard for science in the process. But honestly, who cares?

Review – Mission Impossible: Fallout

As ridiculous as they come, Mission Impossible: Fallout is utterly ludicrous and absolutely predictable, but it's still riotously good fun.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is more of a Super Trooper then SOS as we get to know Lily James as the young Donna during her wild summer of love.

Review – Hotel Artemis

Hotel Artemis is a confused comedy-thriller that lacks a coherent story but still delivers a blood-lust quenching gut-punch of dystopian violence porn.

Passages: A Windrush Celebration

The Royal Court theatre has announced a celebratory film festival to mark 70 years since the arrival of MV Empire Windrush in Essex in 1948.

Do you care about plastic pollution?

Sky's Ocean Rescue documentary follows Turn the Tide on Plastic, a yacht manned by a crew making a splash about plastic pollution and the dangers it poses.

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.