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